In today’s episode of Law Talk, Ben and Andrew discuss the intricacies of U.S. asylum claims, using the caravan from Central America as a practical example of the process.
The Matter of A-B- opinion has been a hot topic among immigration attorneys over the last few weeks, but how does it affect individual asylum cases?
TPS could be an important tool to manage the humanitarian crisis without converting thousands of children into permanent residents.
Designating El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala for TPS would reestablish the United States as a leader in international immigration and humanitarian efforts.
Deporting foreign citizens to countries suffering from civil strife and natural disaster usually violates the American conscience.
Harsh and militaristic enforcement of immigration law is a product of an early 2000 response to 9/11. Humane alternatives to detention are available that can also help us maintain a secure border.
If you’ve ever wondered what’s happening at the Texas/Mexico border, this podcast is for you. We briefly review some of the procedures that happen at the border related to asylum claims and credible fear.
President Obama has promised to take action after the November elections. Listen to the audio to discover what might happen.