If You Go

What: The Politics of Immigration Law

When: 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 2

Where: Room 219, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science building

Admission: Free and open to the public.

Details: Presented by Carlos Calderin, attorney with the firm of Calderin and Oliva, with offices in Chattanooga, Dalton, Georgia; and Miami, Florida.

Immigration policy is a topic that can draw strong opinions across the political spectrum, and the ongoing debate on the pros and cons of immigration covers is often heated. The flames of disagreement are fueled by the absence of correct and complete information on the topic.

On Tuesday, attorney Carlos Calderin will take a nonpartisan approach to analyzing U.S. laws and policy that relate to immigration.

Calderin is a local attorney whose practice focuses on American immigration and nationality law. He will teach a UTC political science course on the topic in fall 2019.

Sponsored by the UTC Department of Political Science and Public Service and the Ochs Professor of Government.

Media Relations Contacts: Email Shawn Ryan or call 423-425-4363.

Sarah is a staff writer in UTC's Office of Communications and Marketing.

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