Stetson to Hold Immigration Forum
There is a national debate underway on immigration and immigrant status in America, and much of it has been fueled by new executive orders and stepped up enforcement coming out of Washington, D.C.
Join Stetson University and Arturo R. Rios, of Rios Immigration Law Firm, a Stetson University College of Law alumnus and adjunct professor, in an open forum discussion on recent changes in immigration actions and law. This event is Saturday, April 1, 1-2 p.m., in the Marshall & Vera Lea Rinker Welcome Center. It is free and open to the public.
As new actions are implemented by the administration, including the president’s recent memo expanding enforcement capabilities, emotions and anxiety in the affected communities have increased.
Following the forum, Rios will hold free, 20-minute clinic sessions. There are only a very limited number of spots, so reserve a spot now or you can sign up at the forum if openings are still available.
This event is sponsored by WORLD: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning.
About Arturo R. Rios
Arturo R. Rios, Esq., holds a Master of Laws in trial advocacy from Temple University, and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Stetson University College of Law, where he was a member of both the Trial Team and Moot Court. Rios is an adjunct professor at Stetson, where he teaches immigration litigation and advocacy, and is a member of Stetson University College of Law Board of Overseers.
Rios has served on the Board of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (CFC) for the past several years, is the Chapter’s Ambassador to the American Immigration Council, and is the Regional Vice-Chair for the AILA-CFC Tampa Region.
Rios’ private legal practice, based in St. Petersburg, Florida, is solely focused on Deportation Defense and Immigration Litigation including Immigration Court cases throughout the U.S., appeals to Board of Immigration Appeals, representing employers under ICE investigation for I-9 compliance and related issues, immigration cases in Federal district & appellate courts, motions to reopen and/or waivers, and post-conviction relief in criminal courts for immigration-related cases.