Immigration Attorney Jacob Tingen talks about the recent SCOTUS decision in DHS v. Regents of Univ. of California, where the Supreme Court prevented the rescission of DACA.
In today’s episode, attorney Jacob Tingen talks about the real details of the Trump administration’s current ban on immigration. Additionally, he takes a look at recent comments tying COVID-19 relief and support to immigration policies.
In a thinly-veiled bid to further his anti-immigrant policies, President Trump has declared he will soon ban “all immigration” to the U.S. because of COVID-19.
Today we look at two immigration-related lawsuits that have to do with the impact of the coronavirus Covid-19 on U.S. immigration laws and their enforcement.
In today’s episode we review the response to COVID-19 in U.S. Immigration Courts and among immigration enforcement in the U.S.
Today we discuss the national court battle over immigration, and how the courts have begun to tailor decisions in light of supreme court guidance and commentary about the use of injunctions.
Our Nation of Immigrants is struggling to manage a record caseload in our immigration courts. Today we discuss how those courts are being politicized, and some solutions on how to fix it.
Today we discuss a new regulation that may have a significant impact on international students studying in the United States.
Today on Nation of Immigrants we weigh in on the Supreme Court’s recent decision, revoking the nationwide injunction against Trump’s public charge rule.
The Trump administration has issued a new regulation that impacts the ability of women to enter the U.S. and receive needed medical care, in the name of preventing families from coming to the U.S. for the primary purpose of having a child born in the U.S.
Today in Nation of Immigrants, attorney Jacob Tingen reviews some recent headlines out of Colorado about the issue of how ICE carries out its enforcement priorities.
Today, immigration lawyer Jacob Tingen comments on the controversy surrounding New York, its sanctuary policies relating to immigration, and the unfortunate manner that the death and murder of a 92-year-old woman is being politicized to advance immigration arguments.