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This week we're joined by Holly Cooper (@abogadatejana), co-director UC Davis Immigration Law Clinic, to talk about the Inspector General's report on family separation at the border. Spoiler alert! Turns out cruelty was the point all along! Also, the administration is slated to expand the use of "expedited removal." This is a process that could hav…
 
This week we're joined by Austin Kocher (@ackocher) to discuss what we could reasonably expect from a second Trump term or a Biden administration. We also note, completely without celebration and always mindful of our tone, that the President has contracted COVID-19.
 
Not everything is terrible these days, just practically everything. This week Matthew and i discuss wrestling with few changes, forced hysterectomies, and the passing of Justice Ginsberg. if you enjoy the show, throw a few dollars our way over at patreon.com/redirect
 
This week we're joined by Austin Kocher (@ackocher), researcher at TRAC, to discuss the details and implications of their ongoing research on how COVID-19 is affecting the immigration court system. You can follow the fine work of TRAC over at the Twitter, @TRACreports. We'll be posting more updates at our Patreon page, and the website! Did you know…
 
This week we're joined by Professor Laura Briggs to talk about her book, Taking Children. Professor Briggs is an expert on U.S. and international child welfare policy and on transnational and transracial adoption, and an excellent podcast guest. Taking Children argues that for four hundred years the United States has taken children for political en…
 
This week we're joined by Jessica Goudeau, author of After the Last Border, to talk about her book and the slow destruction of the refugee resettlement program. Go buy her book at your local bookstore! Jessica Goudeau has written for The New York Times, The Atlantic, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Teen Vogue, among many other places, and is a …
 
This week we're joined by Michael Kagan, Professor of Law at the University of Las Vegas Nevada. We talk to him about his book, The Battle to Stay in America. Michael Kagan directs the Immigration Clinic and teaches administrative law, professional responsibility, international human rights and immigration law. In both his research and his clinical…
 
This week it's a crossover with Jeff from Georgia and the Dissident Peasant podcast. Check out his patreon here. Follow Jeff on Twitter, @jeffhisdudeness. Jeff Sessions embodies many of the pressing issues of our time: crumbling confederate relics, voter suppression, and racist immigration policies. While his political career may be over, his proje…
 
This week we're joined by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick (@ReichlinMelnick) from the American Immigration Council to talk about how we're ignoring the law when it comes to appointing heads of DHS, Customs and Border Protection (or is it patrol?), what's going on in Portland, and why we need a healthy dose of skepticism when it comes to anything coming from…
 
This week we're joined by Robin Thurston from Democracy Forward to talk about sneaky changes made by the administration at the Department of Labor designed to make it harder for immigrants to get U-Visas. Robin Thurston is a Democracy Forward senior counsel. Robin is the lead attorney on the U visa litigation. You can check out her bio here. Democr…
 
This week we're joined by Matt Cameron (@matt_cam) and Andrew Free (@immcivilrights) to talk about furloughs at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and the critical role of FOIA. The #DetentionKills network published #FOIA records from ICE that prove the government and its auditors have failed to accurately report and document at…
 
This week we're joined by immigration attorney extraordinaire Luis Cortes to talk about his recent victory before the Supreme Court in the DACA case. The program survives, but what does it mean moving forward? Will the administration try to, you know, do a competent job in dismantling it a second time? Will new applicants be able to apply? All this…
 
This week we're joined by Valeria Gomez and Tanvi Misra to discuss the DOJ's efforts to purge the Board of Immigration Appeals, and proposed regulatory changes that would effectively end asylum protections in the U.S. Tanvi Misra (@tanvim) is an immigration reporter at Roll Call, you can also find her great work at www.tanvimisra.com. You can read …
 
This week we're joined by Dulce Gutierrez to discuss the ongoing agricultural worker strikes in Central Washington. Dulce works at the Washington State Labor Council and has been helping to spread the word about the strikes on her Facebook page. Hundreds of striking workers are demanding PPE and hazard pay at a series of different warehouses throug…
 
This week Matthew and I talk about how people aren't grateful enough for how good things were just before they got bad. The Board of Immigration Appeals continues to pick fights with unrepresented individuals. Immigration laws, who is "legal" and who is "not," continues to be a totally random and arbitrary outcome based on a patchwork of mostly bad…
 
This week Matthew and I talk about what's happening at the immigrant detention centers where symptomatic detainees are denied COVID-19 tests. We also talk about the upcoming election. It is possible to be completely void of enthusiasm for a Biden presidency, to recognize his many flaws, and to also understand the unique threat that is a second Trum…
 
This week Matthew and I are joined by Davorin Odrcic and Leo de la Garza, fellow immigration attorneys in Milwaukee and Austin, to discuss how the social distancing is affecting our clients, and whether they will continue to be demonized despite working in "essential" jobs that are, you know, keeping us alive.…
 
This week Matthew and I talk about the unrelenting bad changes coming from this administration. This week saw a new decision from the Board of Immigration Appeals, reshaping the definition of "extreme and exceptionally unusual hardship."
 
This week Matthew and I discuss some recent immigration lawyer drama. As the unemployment crisis explodes we should remember to be, you know, decent humans. The immigration courts are open, but not really, except sometimes? Check Twitter. Plus some hot takes on Biden, the primary (remember the primary?) and more. Become a patron at patreon.com/redi…
 
Attend class, grow brain, don't die of virus. This week we're joined by Matt Cameron (@matt_cam) to talk about the immigration courts closing, sort of, as well as other immigration services and how this might affect the future of our immigration system. You can also sign up for Matt's graduate immigration seminar. Shoot him an e-mail at mattcameron…
 
This week Matthew and I were interrupted by a super-important Rose Garden press conference, wherein Trump definitely gave the corona virus to a large group of people including reporters, the Vice President, a bunch of CEOs, and even some doctors, who you think would probably know better? Anyhow things are fine and Target is definitely still open so…
 
This week Matthew and I are joined by Reveal Journalist Aura Bogado. Her recent piece is the story of a 17-year-old immigrant child who has spent the last 6 years in government custody, separated from her family. You can read her piece here: https://www.revealnews.org/article/the-disappeared/ Matthew and I discuss recent developments in the preside…
 
This week we're joined by Matt Cameron to discuss the corona virus, Stephen Miller, and a bunch of Court cases. Merel Kahn did a great job breaking down U.S. v Sineneng-Smith over at her blog Top of the Ninth. The question in that case is whether someone who "encourages" an individual to stay in the U.S. illegally can go to jail. For a very long ti…
 
This week we're joined by Luis Cortes, friend of the show, who recently surprised his mother by reuniting her with her parents after some 30 years apart. Getting his grandparents here was a heavy lift. Their tourist visas were denied four times. Mexicans in particular have a difficult time obtaining tourist visas to visit their families in the U.S.…
 
This week we're joined by Boston-based immigration attorney Susan Church. Susan was on the front lines of Trump's first Muslim ban, and we go over the new ban reboot, find out where we are at, and where we can go next. If you like the show, become a patron at patreon.com/redirect, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher or Spotify, and leave us a nice review…
 
This week we're joined by Daniel Denvir, Host Jacobin's @thedigradio podcast. Fellow @ watsoninstitute and author of All-American Nativism. His book is a must read for those who are trying to understand our immigration history and how exactly we got to this point. We recorded Friday morning before the news of the newest muslim ban. We will be discu…
 
Quick episode this week as a solo Stephen addresses reemerging concerns about "chain migration" and arguments that immigrant families should do it the right way and "get in line." Stephen breaks down a typical timeline for immigrating and bringing close family members over with examples, providing a concise explanation you can share with friends an…
 
This week on Redirect: Immigration Law & Perspectives, Matthew and I discuss the new asylum "agreement" with Honduras. Acting DHS secretary Chad Wolf was just in Honduras, shaking hands with President Juan Orlando Hernandez, the man who was recently implicated in a massive drug trafficking scheme. You can read about it here: https://www.nytimes.com…
 
This week Jenn Budd (@buddjenn) joins us to talk about her time as a Border Patrol officer, and the problems with Border Patrol culture. It's a fascinating look at how the agency has changed over time, and how we can address those issues.
 
This week Matthew and I try to make sense of a dizzying array of crappy stories. How do we stay on top of the news when it is non-stop terrible? Big thanks to Hamed Aleaziz (@Haleaziz) who has been reporting on big stories, including the asylum winner who is being blocked from entry into the U.S., the asylum seekers being deported to Guatemala, and…
 
This week on Redirect: Immigration Law & Perspectives, Matthew and I are joined by Bridget Cambria and Adriana Zambrano. We talk about what is supposed to happen when unaccompanied children are detained at the border. We also talk about what happened to Carlos Gregorio Hernandez Vasquez, a 16-year-old Guatemalan migrant who died in Border Patrol cu…
 
We're very grateful for our guests this week! They include Matt Cameron (@matt_cam), Matthew Hoppock (@MatthewHoppock), Matthew Archambeault (@MattMarchambeau1), Alicia Perez, Andrew Free (@ImmCivilRights), and Hassan Ahmad (@HMAesq) Yes, I know. Three Matts. As is tradition, we go around the table sharing what we're most grateful for. We also take…
 
This week Matthew and I are joined by Luis Cortes to talk about his recent experience before the Supreme Court. What was the DACA case all about, how did the argument go, and what comes next? We also discussed Mexican pirates. If you enjoy our immigration law musings, be sure to become a patron over at patreon.com/redirect, subscribe and review at …
 
A federal judge blocked the Trump administration's plan to bar immigrants who can't pay for health insurance. Trump accidentally argues in favor of single payer healthcare. Oops. Also, Bernie Sanders released the most impressive immigration plan we've ever seen, "A Welcoming and Safe America for All." Links!: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/02/us/t…
 
Matthew and I check out form I-944, Declaration of Self Sufficiency, for the very first time. Listen carefully for the sound of our souls being crushed. This form will be required starting Monday for all family-based green card applications. It's a doozy.
 
This week we're joined by Luis Cortes to discuss the upcoming DACA oral arguments before the Supreme Court. The Trump administration has been arguing that DACA is super duper illegal, and they're terminating as a legal necessity. How will that case hold up before SCOTUS?
 
This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives, we smash through the immigration doldrums, shake off the lads, and celebrate our status as #1 Most Generous Country! Yes, we may have slashed refugee admissions to a historic low, plus the whole thing about kids in cages and what not, but the Acting Director of USCIS is here to assure you that …
 
This week Matthew and I discuss my inspirational story of ICE and CBP answering phone calls and responding to emails. They should make a Disney movie. Matthew, fresh off his Canadian vacation, shares his tips for aspiring immigration lawyers, and we discuss "SHARPIE-GATE," the latest in a string of totally unsurprising yet completely depressing Tru…
 
This week Matt Cameron (@Matt_Cam) joins me to discuss 200 million FEMA dollars now going to tent courts and kid jails instead of, you know, actual disasters. Also, the administration tweaks a citizenship rule that is both a big deal and not that big of a deal actually. Then Matt and I discuss our advice for people who are thinking about becoming a…
 
This week we're joined by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick (@reichlin-melnick on the Twitters) of the American Immigration Council to discuss the Trump administration's recent effort to end the Flores settlement. What is the Flores settlement? Why are they doing this? Is today's episode depressing or absurd? You'll have to tune in to find out! Go to www.patr…
 
Seattle attorney Greg McLawsen joins us to discuss the administration's new "public charge" rules for immigrants who are trying to "do it the right way." Greg dissects the 800 page rule that is supposed to go into effect in October. While there is a great deal of uncertainty in how the standards will actually be applied, one thing is for sure: this…
 
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