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August 04, 2006

Local Immigration Conferences and Events in North Carolina

The following local immigration conferences and events may be of interest to you. These listings are intended to provide you with information and are not intended as an endorsement of any particular event or group.

Exploring the Economic Impact of North Carolina's Hispanic Population
Luncheon Series - State Tour, Location and Times below
CONTACT: Ms. Grace Sampson at the NCBA (1-800-662-7044 or grace@ncbankers.org).

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, in conjunction with North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry and the North Carolina Bankers Association, will conduct a series of luncheon gatherings to be held across the state this summer. Each session will include:

• A review by one of the co-authors of The Economic Impact of the Hispanic Population on the State of North Carolina, by John D. Kasarda and James H. Johnson, Jr. of the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise of the Kenan Flagler Business School at UNC Chapel Hill

• A panel discussion of the implications and ramifications of the data presented in the Kenan Institute research

• Interaction among luncheon participants exploring the decisions with which policy makers will be confronted as they are called upon to respond to the dramatic changes being wrought upon our state by the explosive growth in the Hispanic population.

• Lunch

Business, civic, and community leaders are invited to participate at no cost, but space is limited and advance registration is essential.

Dates, Times, and Locations:

Tuesday, August 15; Durham, Millennium Hotel, 2800 Campus Walk Avenue

Wednesday, August 30; Charlotte, Hilton University Place, 8629 J.M. Keynes Drive

Thursday, September 7; Fayetteville, Holiday Inn, 1944 Cedar Creek Road

Wednesday, September 27, Asheville, Renaissance Hotel, 1 Thomas Wolfe Plaza

Tuesday, October 31, Greenville, Hilton, 207 S.W. Greenville Boulevard

Posted by VisaLawyer at August 4, 2006 08:29 AM


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