Telephonic News Briefing on E-Verify the Federal Government's Internet-based System - Wed, July 13th

Telephonic News Briefing on E-Verify the Federal Government's Internet-based System - Wed, July 13th

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 Join New America Media, Center for American Progress, and The Opportunity Agenda for a telephonic news briefing on E-Verify the federal government's Interned-based system

As states move to enact their own immigration bills, a proposed federal law sometimes referred to as a "stealth Sensebrenner-type bill," could mean end of comprehensive immigration reform. The bill, proposed by Texas Congressman Lamar Smith, would require all U.S. businesses to use E-Verify, the federal government's Internet-based system that verifies work eligibility.

Please Join New America Media, Center for American Progress and The OPportunity Agenda for a telephonic news briefing on the results of CAP's new study of E-Verify and why the bill could be the biggest threat to immigration reform yet.

Who: Ethnic Media

What: Teleconference Call

When: Wednesday, July 13th 2011
10:00 am Pacific Time/ 1:00 pm Eastern Time

CALL NUMBER: (877) 210-8943
PASSCODE: 82382299

RSVP: Christina DiPasquale at
cdipasquale@americanpregress.org or (202) 481-8181

SPEAKERS:
Philip E. Wolgin, Immigration Policy Analyst, Center for American Progress Angela Maria Kelley, Vice President Immigration Policy and Advocacy, Center for America Progress

MODERATOR:
Irma D. Herrera, New America Media 

 

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