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Sessions on immigration set for Sunday

WORTHINGTON -- John Keller, executive director of the Immigration Law Center, and local MNILC attorney Jess Reimer will be presenting information on the current situation with immigration this Sunday.

WORTHINGTON - John Keller, executive director of the Immigration Law Center, and local MNILC attorney Jess Reimer will be presenting information on the current situation with immigration this Sunday.

Sessions will be offered at two different times (same session, different times): 12:30 to 2 p.m. and 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the St Mary’s School gym. They will be presented in Spanish, but translation equipment will be available to hear them in English.

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