The Pakistani American Congress (PAC) to Host 16th Annual A Day on the Hill to Celebrate Long History of the Friendship Between the US and Pakistan

Jun 03, 2008, 01:00 ET from Pakistani American Congress

    WASHINGTON, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In order to address
 concerns of the Pakistani American Community, the Pakistani American
 Congress (PAC) is hosting its 16th annual A Day on the Hill on Wednesday,
 June 4, 2008 in Washington D.C. The morning session will promptly begin at
 11 am at the National Press Club. The panel and discussions will end at
 1:00 p.m. with refreshments and networking taking place from 1:15 p.m. -
 2:00 p.m. Policy experts, scholars and community leaders will address the
 gathering.
 
     The main issues to be addressed include:
 
     1. The stability of South Asia and Middle East regions in case of
 U.S.'s engagement with Iran
 
     2. Unnecessary delay for Pakistani green card holders to become proud
 citizens of the U.S.
 
     3. Continuing difficulties for Pakistanis in obtaining visas for
 education and medical training in the United States
 
     4. Organize, facilitate, and increase people-to-people,
 inter-institutional and scholarly exchange programs between the United
 States and Pakistan
 
     In the afternoon a reception will be held for House and Senate
 representatives in Room B340, Rayburn House Office Building, from 4:00 p.m.
 to 7:00 p.m. Here the community representatives and leaders, who have
 gathered from all over America to celebrate long history of the friendship
 between the U.S. and Pakistan, will welcome their congress representatives
 and senators to share their opinions on policy issues.
 
     PAC functions nationally to promote and protect social, economical,
 educational, cultural and ethnic interests of Pakistani Americans, and as
 such, is established as the national umbrella organization for Pakistani
 Americans in the United States.
 
     To RSVP or for further information about this event, please contact
 Faizan Haq at (716) 923-4390.
 
 
 

SOURCE Pakistani American Congress
    WASHINGTON, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In order to address
 concerns of the Pakistani American Community, the Pakistani American
 Congress (PAC) is hosting its 16th annual A Day on the Hill on Wednesday,
 June 4, 2008 in Washington D.C. The morning session will promptly begin at
 11 am at the National Press Club. The panel and discussions will end at
 1:00 p.m. with refreshments and networking taking place from 1:15 p.m. -
 2:00 p.m. Policy experts, scholars and community leaders will address the
 gathering.
 
     The main issues to be addressed include:
 
     1. The stability of South Asia and Middle East regions in case of
 U.S.'s engagement with Iran
 
     2. Unnecessary delay for Pakistani green card holders to become proud
 citizens of the U.S.
 
     3. Continuing difficulties for Pakistanis in obtaining visas for
 education and medical training in the United States
 
     4. Organize, facilitate, and increase people-to-people,
 inter-institutional and scholarly exchange programs between the United
 States and Pakistan
 
     In the afternoon a reception will be held for House and Senate
 representatives in Room B340, Rayburn House Office Building, from 4:00 p.m.
 to 7:00 p.m. Here the community representatives and leaders, who have
 gathered from all over America to celebrate long history of the friendship
 between the U.S. and Pakistan, will welcome their congress representatives
 and senators to share their opinions on policy issues.
 
     PAC functions nationally to promote and protect social, economical,
 educational, cultural and ethnic interests of Pakistani Americans, and as
 such, is established as the national umbrella organization for Pakistani
 Americans in the United States.
 
     To RSVP or for further information about this event, please contact
 Faizan Haq at (716) 923-4390.
 
 
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