Welcome to Nation of Immigrants! This podcast has been an interesting project that I’ve been putting together for several months. I’m so excited to share this content with you about an issue that’s so important to our country and our communities today.
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Today in Nation of Immigrants we discuss why those immigrants being held in jail, why they aren’t getting released on bond, and how that leads to fewer deportations under the Trump administration as compared to the Obama administration.
Today on Nation of Immigrants, Attorney Jacob Tingen discusses the latest proposed Trump rule which would impact the ability of asylum applicants to work while waiting for their asylum hearing.
Today we’re going to tackle two immigration headlines dealing with law and policy in the U.S.
Earlier this week headlines broke about another court ruling blocking another piece of the Trump administration’s efforts to prevent poorer immigrants from entering the U.S.
Today in Nation of Immigrants we tackle a smorgasbord of issues including the impact of Trump’s border policy, enforcement priorities, false claims in World Series’ advertisements, and the outright deletion of important court data.
Last Friday, Attorney General Bill Barr issued two more opinions that impact the discretion of Immigration Judges and the Board of Immigration Appeals.
From implementing wide-ranging laws to withholding funds and federal, Attorney Jacob Tingen discusses the impact of the Trump administration’s aggressive posture on immigration.
Today in Nation of Immigrants we tackle recent headlines about six-figures fines against immigrants from ICE, a lack of coordination in government agencies, and an allegation of rape against an ICE officer from an undocumented immigrant.
Today we continue our discussion about U.S. immigration courts and how external pressures lead to changing standards in our immigration courts.
Today we’re covering how the immigration courts are organized, and how the Trump Administration is able to wield so much power in how immigration judges carry out their duties.