International Students Can Learn about Immigration Laws at Friday Seminar
International students can learn about pathways after graduation at an immigration law seminar this Thursday. Adam Cohen from the Siskind Susser PC law firm in Memphis will lead the discussion.
The seminar is from 4-5:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15 in Gearhart Hall 026.
Topics covered during the seminar include:
- Options for continuing employment or research in the United States after graduating
- Pathways to permanent residence in the United States
Attendees can ask questions during the seminar. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.
Audra Johnston, associate director
International Students and Scholars
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