The seminar is scheduled for 1-5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 12, at the Pima Ballroom at ASU's Memorial Union. It will address the basic characteristics of the national policies of the United States, Canada and Mexico. Presenters will discuss how the three nations' policies play out at the local, national and international levels and the prospects for future collaboration on the issue.
Cruz will join officials from Canada, the United States and Mexico, including:
Cruz teaches Immigration Law and Comprehensive Law Practice, and directs the College's Immigration Law & Policy Clinic, which represents unaccompanied minors in immigration removal proceedings and received the 2007 President's Medal for Social Embeddedness at ASU. She writes articles about immigration law, clinical education and therapeutic jurisprudence, and has co-authored several immigration law manuals used by immigration practitioners and pro-se detainees at Immigration Detention Centers throughout the country.