Month: February 2013

Poarch Law Deferred Action Clinic at Roanoke College

Roanoke College in conjunction with Poarch Law will host a pro-bono Deferred Action Clinic at Roanoke College. Student volunteers from Roanoke College will help undocumented immigrants prepare and mail applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a new program announced by the Obama administration and processed through the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

The clinic is part of a trifecta of events held by Poarch Law in conjunction with Roanoke College. In addition to the Deferred Action clinic, Christine Poarch will give an in-class presentation on October 23 about what life is like for a young immigrant in America. The presentation was given to students of Professor Rubongoya’s senior seminar “Global Migrations and Immigration Policy: Immigration, Refugees and Diasporas.”


Click here to see our photos of the clinic.

Click here to read a recap of the clinic.

Christine Poarch to Speak on Panel at Roanoke College

Roanoke College will host a panel entitled “Living the DREAM: Deferred Action and Other Immigration Options for Children.” Panelists, including our own Christine Poarch, will discuss recent developments in immigration law including the effects of Deferred Action and similar immigration programs on the community, the workplace, and local families.

Living the DREAM: Deferred Action and Other Immigration Options for Children

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