November 2, 2016 | Events, News

Expert advice on studying abroad while “DACAmented”

 Advance Parole for DACA students who want to study abroad:
The Advantages, the Risks & Real life accounts of those who’ve done it! 

A conversation with DACA students who’ve traveled abroad and returned to talk about it, there will also be representatives from the study abroad office, and an immigration attorney available to provide some helpful information and answer questions.  

Offered by CUNY Citizenship Now and John Jay College of Criminal Justice Pre-Law Institute

Where: 524 West 59th street, New York, NY 10019
-2pm Session:   Room NB1.65
-5pm Session:   Room NB1.61

When: Thursday 10th, 2016 2:00-2:30 pm & 5:00-5:30 pm

  • Advance Parole for DACA students who want to study abroad: the advantages, the risks. Real life accounts of those who’ve done it.
  • A conversation with DACA students who’ve traveled abroad and returned to talk about it, there will also be representatives from the study abroad office, and an immigration attorney available to provide some helpful information and answer questions.
  • This event is open to DACA students from ALL CUNY colleges and their families, and will be followed by a short question and answer segment.  

*We will start on time as we only have the space for a limited time, please come promptly at either 2pm or 5pm.

Please RSVP by Tuesday, November 8th by emailing Stephanie.Delia@cuny.edu with “RSVP” as the subject.
 
Include in the body of the email;
(1) Your full name
(2) The best email address to reach you, and
(3) The name of the CUNY College you are enrolled in.