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The Future of U.S. Immigration Policy

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Event date: February 22, 2021
Time: 6pm - 7pm EST
Father, mother, son, and daughter stand arm in arm, backs to the viewer, in a brightly lit hallway
A family seeking asylum in the U.S. arrives at the IRC's Welcome Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo: A. Oberstadt/IRC

The IRC in Charlottesville & Richmond invites you to a special community event, Land of Hope and Dreams? The Future of U.S. Immigration Policy. As the Biden administration makes several key changes to U.S. immigration policy, including , halting border wall construction and putting a temporary hold on deportations, experts examine the priorities and what they might imply for the evolution of U.S. immigration and refugee policy.

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This virtual event is presented by Welcoming Greater Charlottesville, the Miller Center and the Frank Batten School's Global Policy Center at the University of Virginia.

The panelists include David LeBlang, Anne C. Richard, and Karen Tumlin.  Read their biographies and register here.