Immigration has been at the forefront of the policy agenda throughout the Trump administration. Using presidential proclamations, regulatory change, technical guidance, and other means, the administration has methodically reshaped the U.S. immigration system by sharply narrowing access to asylum, terminating the DACA program, cutting legal immigration, making enforcement more random in nature, and engaging other countries in reducing flows to the U.S. border. In a period of high polarization and vast societal change brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, facets of the immigration debate are intersecting with the rising racial justice movement.
This year’s Immigration Law and Policy Conference will address these topics and many others in advance of a consequential general election that offers starkly different choices with respect to U.S. immigration policy in the coming four years.
Training prices: General Registration – $20
* Registration deadline: September 17, 2020