NEW YORK – Immigration is one of this year's hottest political, social and economic topics and credit unions' role in helping immigrants in the past and in the future will be the focus of the National Federation of Community Development Credit Union's 32nd annual conference which will be held in Durham, North Carolina from June 7-10.

The Federation will also hold its meeting in conjunction with its Latino CU Conference, a trend over the last few years. Durham is the home of the $25 million Latino Community Credit Union, one of the nation's fastest growing.

"The theme for this year's conference is `Honoring Our Heritage, Focused on the Future,' and the Federation hopes to reconnect credit unions with the original ideals of the credit union movement," explained Rafael Morales, communications officer at the Federation.

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