Immigration Issues from a Spanish Perspective

Monday, June 28, 2010
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND (IN) SECURITY To Screen at FFF2010
The Flagstaff Film Festival is delighted to welcome DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND (IN) SECURITY to the roster of high-quality independent films screening this August 9-16 in Flagstaff, Arizona.

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND (IN) SECURITY dir. Pablo Gomez-Castro 
A couple waits at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office. They have been waiting forever. A clerk finally receives them and gets to revising their file. He embodies the most feared aspects of U.S. Immigration Laws: their inflexibility and the cumbersome procedures they entail. The couple have already answered many questions, passed several tests and filled in many forms. However, this clerk is very suspicious of their relationship and wants to further interview them to find out whether their marriage is legitimate or whether they got married to defraud the system.

Gomez-Castro's film will be shown as part of our program on Immigration & Border issues.

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