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Shusterman on Immigration

By Brian Cardile | Feb. 10, 2017

Appellate Practice

Feb. 10, 2017

Shusterman on Immigration

Veteran immigration attorney Carl Shusterman, with experience as an INS trial attorney and more than 30 years at his eponymous firm, joins the podcast for a wide-ranging discussion about the many aspects of immigration policy beginning and soon to change under President Trump


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Carl Shusterman (Law Offices of Carl Shusterman) visits this week, to examine the many ways immigration policy has begun and is set to shift during the presidency of Donald Trump. Our conversation covers broad terrain: Middle East immigrants and refugees and Trump's currently-suspended travel ban; migration from Mexico and Central America and Trump's border wall; and the president's plans to restrict legal immigration programs, like NAFTA's professional visa program or the H-1B visa program.
Of note, our conversation was recorded prior to the Ninth Circuit's denial of the administration's TRO stay request; but, Mr. Shusterman does examine the legal basis of the state of Washington's case.
Don't forget CLE credit is available for listeners of the podcast; find a pertinent true/false test below. <!-- Weekly Appellate Report Podcast -->

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