Community forum spotlights LGBT immigration issues

May 2013
Windy City Times;5/29/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 34, p8
Information about several papers discussed at the panel discussion "Comprehensive Immigration Reform and You: The New Bill and the LGBTQ Community," held at the Center on Halsted, LGBT community center in Chicago, Illinois, on May 21, 2013 is presented. The panel was hosted by the LGBT Immigrant Rights Coalition of Chicago, which featured legal experts. The topics discussed include the legislative efforts in the reform of the U.S. immigration system and its impact on LGBT people.


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