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Immigrant Heritage Month – Free SF Pop-Up Thursday 6/29 and Friday 6/30

Immigrant Pop up

Pop-Up Experience presented by I Am An Immigrant

 

Check out the free SF Pop Up experience celebrating Immigrant Heritage Month presented by I Am An Immigrant this Thursday (6/29) and Friday (6/30) at The Laundry, a gallery and café.  Events include an immigration panel with tech leaders, a Know Your Rights training session with an attorney from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center, and even a mixer with free drinks.  And take a look at our new Immigration Law research guide too for more information on immigration law!

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New LibGuide: The SFLL Guide to Immigration Law

The San Francisco Law Library Guide to Immigration LawJust in time for Immigrant Heritage Month, the Law Library has a new LibGuide: Immigration Law. In this research guide you will find resources free to use in and out of the library – books, databases, and links to useful sites related to immigration matters at the local, state, and federal levels. Looking for an immigration lawyer? See Legal Services & Community Resources. Curious about Sanctuary City information, or trying to find the closest Asylum office in California? Take a look at Government Resources. And to find out what treatises we have in our collection, either in print or online, check out Library Resources. We will update the Guide regularly so be sure to check in, and don’t forget to take a look at our other research guides too!