Veterans to Call for Better Immigration Policies

Communications Associate

November 11, 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Veterans will discuss their support for a bipartisan solution on immigration that strengthens our national security, enhances our military readiness and supports our immigrant service members at a panel discussion on Monday.

Veterans for New Americans, a project of the National Immigration Forum, is a national network of influential veterans representing each of the military branches. Members of the initiative will speak about how current immigration laws affect our immigrant men and women in uniform, as well as immigrant veterans.

For more information, please visit bit.ly/VeteransLaunch.

WHAT:          Panel discussion of veterans supporting immigration reform

WHO:

Lt. Col. L. Carter Crewe III, USAF (Ret.), Co-Chair, Veterans Advisory Committee for Veterans Association of North County (Oceanside, CA)
Dr. Tony Serna, GYSGT, USMC Veteran, CEO, Wellness49.com, Cryobath.com, Nexus Group (McKinney, TX)
Maj. Gen. Antonio Taguba, USA (Ret.)
Capt. Graciela Tiscareño Sato, USAF Veteran, CEO & Founder, Gracefully Global, LLC (Hayward, CA)
Moderated by Leo Shane, Military Times congressional reporter
Additional panelists may be added.

WHEN:         9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 14

WHERE:
National Press Club, Lisagor Room
529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20045

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