ICE, (Immigration & Customs Enforcement), CBP, (Customs & Border Protection), USCIS, (US Citizenship & Immigration Services), and the Department of State are promoting changes intended to curb the flow of aliens into the US while increasing their removals from the US. The effects of such changes on immigrants, nonimmigrants, refugees, and asylees will be discussed at a free talk on The Shifting Sands of Immigration Reform presented by Professor Emeritus Lou Anoli.
The talk will take place on Monday, February 3, 2020, from 11 a.m. - noon on the Danvers
Campus, Math & Science building, room DS119. NSCC students, faculty and staff, as
well as the public, are invited to attend. For questions or to RSVP, contact Lou
Lou Anoli is an NSCC Professor Emeritus who earned degrees at Suffolk University and the University of Maine. He is also a retired INS/CBP Officer having served continuously from 1966 to 2011. During that time period, he received many Outstanding Service Awards and was selected as Master Trainer of Immigration Law at the Port of Boston, a position he held at the time of his retirement. As Master Trainer, he traveled to many Ports of Entry in New England and to the US Coast Guard in Boston where he conducted extensive training.