Mayor Wildes Participates in Immigration Panel at Baruch College

 

Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes and Managing Partner of Wildes & Weinberg law firm, recently spoke at Baruch College to its diverse group of undergraduates about the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act ("DREAM Act"). Mayor Wildes was part of a distinguished panel that included Segundo Pantoja: Director of the Center for Ethnic Studies at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, Ted Henken: Associate Professor of Black and Hispanic Studies and Sociology at Baruch College, Natalia Aristizabal: an advocate of the DREAM Act and a part of Pan American International High School (PAIHS), and Daniela Alulema: a member of the NYS Youth Leadership Council. The discussion, entitled "The DREAM Act…a near reality or just a dream?" included various positions on the DREAM Act, a piece of proposed federal legislation in the U.S. that would provide certain immigrant students the opportunity to earn conditional permanent residency.

Wildes & Weinberg law firm is solely dedicated to the practice of U.S. Immigration Law. Founded in 1960 by Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes' father Leon Wildes, Esq., a distinguished immigration practitioner in New York City, the Firm has concentrated its practice in all aspects of U.S. immigration and nationality law, servicing the immigration needs of prominent American and international firms, banks, industrial, financial and manufacturing concerns and law firms in connection with the personnel needs of their foreign national employees. In addition, the firm has done substantial immigration work for performing artists, directors, writers, models, actors/actresses, athletes, fine artists, art dealers, curators, and literary agents.

 

 

 

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