The vital, complex and controversial U.S. immigration system just became more controversial in the wake of President Trump’s three executive orders. Lawyers are scrambling, courts are holding urgent hearings, and companies are weighing the ramifications on their work forces. Government agencies are trying to keep pace with their shifting responsibilities. Individuals are wondering whether they will get back into the country or face deportation. They are wondering where they will be working in months and years to come and where they and their families will live.
To discuss the impact on corporations, agencies and employees, we have enlisted two experts in the field. Stephen Yale-Loehr and Ronald Y. Wada are the widely-regarded co-authors of the multi-volume “bible” of immigration law, Immigration Law & Procedure. They will be covering important topics regarding what the Executive Orders do and what they do not do.
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