Spojmie Nasiri, SF CAIR President & immigration Attorney
& Nora Pritivera, Immigration Attorney
Thursday, March 23, 2017
6:45 Dinner ($26)
Crow Canyon Country Club
711 Silver Lake Drive, Danville
Please RSVP email@example.com Changes in Immigration Under Trump
The San Ramon Valley Democratic Club will focus on changes in immigration under the Trump Administration. Topics will include a President’s power under the constitution, 9th Circuit Court decision, the travel ban, how these changes affect the Muslim and Hispanic communities, and the rights and best practices of individuals with green cards and temporary work visas.
Topics will also include expanded enforcement priorities, rights of immigrants, expanded use of detention, expansion of private prisons, use of local law enforcement as ICE enforcement.
We are pleased to have two immigration attorneys: CAIR Immigration attorney Spojmie Nasiri and Immigration attorney Nora Pritivera. Representatives from the ACLU and the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s office have also been invited to speak.
Spojmie Nasiri has extensive experience with all types of immigration and deportation defense matters. She represents clients detained by the Department of Homeland Security, defends immigrants in removal proceedings in Immigration Court, and represents clients in criminal immigration proceedings in federal court.
Mrs. Nasiri received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of California, Davis and her Juris Doctorate from Golden Gate University, School of Law. She is a member of the California State Bar and is admitted to practice before the California Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court for the Northern California. She is currently a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and was selected by the National Advocates Top 100 Lawyers for 2015.
Spojmie Nasiri currently serves as President of the Counsel on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) for the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter.
Nora Privitera worked 25 years as an immigration lawyer. Her first 12 years were in private practice, first with James Mayock and Associates and then as a sole practitioner. She covered all kinds of immigration issues in her practice, including business immigration, family immigration, deportation, applications for US citizenship, political asylum, and deportation defense. In the last half of her career, she worked for the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) in San Francisco. Her duties included advising other attorneys about their cases, in addition to conducting seminars and writing technical manuals on different topics in immigration law. With her retirement in 2013, she continues to keep up on developments in immigration law and retains her membership in the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA).
Please join us at 6:00 pm to talk about the latest political news or to just socialize and have fun.
Members & Invited Guests: $26
Non-members: $30 ($26 for dinner and $4 requested donation to help offset program costs)
Please email Brodie Hilp that you are coming by Monday, March 20 (we need a ‘head count’ for the dinner). Thank you for your help.
RSVP: To make certain you have a dinner, please RSVP.
Please make checks payable to Brodie Hilp, to 130 Bridgeside Circle, Danville, CA 94506