Recently, I posted wondering why I haven’t been hearing about Congressional and Senatorial public meetings and today I found two that are coming up. Good.
District Policy Panel with Congresswoman Katherine Clark
Tuesday, March 10
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
Lesley University, University Hall Amphitheater, 1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
RSVP at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/district-policy-panel-with-congresswoman-katherine-clark-registration-15874983503
Please join us for our next district policy panel focused on domestic violence in our communities. Hosted by Lesley University and moderated by Congresswoman Katherine Clark, this panel of experts will discuss violence prevention education, intervention, funding for shelters and programs and what we can do as a community to educate and empower others.
Parking is available behind University Hall and the venue is T accessible by Porter Square Station.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (781) 396-2900.
Immigration Update with Congressman Capuano
Wednesday, March 11
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC), Havana Room Cambridge, 1 Broadway 5th Floor, Cambridge
RSVP at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/immigration-update-with-congressman-capuano-tickets-14997011465
There is NEW immigration legislation before Congress. How will it affect business and employment?
Special guest Congressman Capuano recently introduced immigration reform legislation, known as the ‘BRAIN Act’ to provide visas for certain advanced STEM graduates. In addition, a huge immigration bill known as the ‘I-Squared Act of 2015’ includes major immigration reforms, extending beyond the President’s proposals. Rep. Capuano will explain what’s happening in Washington, DC around immigration policy and how you can influence the process and help get these reforms passed!
Immigration attorney Roy Watson will explain how these changes will affect immigration options and outcomes for employers and skilled foreign nationals seeking to live and work in the United States.