This Week in Immigration Mon, 01 Jun 2020 15:45:41 +0000 Tue, 02 Jun 2020 18:45:01 +0000 Libsyn WebEngine 2.0 https://bipartisanpolicy.org/podcast/this-week-in-immigration/ aa https://bipartisanpolicy.org/podcast/this-week-in-immigration/ aswearingen@bipartisanpolicy.org (aswearingen@bipartisanpolicy.org) https://ssl-static.libsyn.com/p/assets/c/6/9/9/c699e4604c1a0610/BPC_PodcastGraphics-TWII-07.png This Week in Immigration Bipartisan Policy Center clean aswearingen@bipartisanpolicy.org episodic https://this-week-in-immigration.libsyn.com/rss Episode 69: This Week in Immigration Episode 69: This Week in Immigration Mon, 01 Jun 2020 15:45:41 +0000 In this week's episode, Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón discuss a new BPC-Morning Consult survey that gauged voters' responses to President Trump's executive order from April, the rumors of President Trump's plans to issue a new executive order addressing temporary work visas, and how the U.S. and countries around the world are taking steps toward reopening.]]> 27:01 no In this week's episode, Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón discuss a new BPC-Morning Consult survey that gauged voters' responses to President Trump's executive order from April, the rumors of President Trump's plans to issue a new executive order addressing temporary work visas, and how the U.S. and countries around the world are taking steps toward reopening. full Episode 68: This Week in Immigration Episode 68: This Week in Immigration Mon, 18 May 2020 16:12:40 +0000 In a special edition of ‘This Week in Immigration, BPC regular Theresa Cardinal Brown sits down with BPC Fellow and University of Texas, LBJ School of Public Policy Professor Ruth Wasem to discuss the history of health provisions in U.S. immigration law, and how they have been used in the past to address pandemics as well as the current response to COVID-19. ]]> 35:41 no In a special edition of ‘This Week in Immigration, BPC regular Theresa Cardinal Brown sits down with BPC Fellow and University of Texas, LBJ School of Public Policy Professor Ruth Wasem to discuss the history of health provisions in U.S. immigration law, and how they have been used in the past to address pandemics as well as the current response to COVID-19.  full Episode 67: This Week in Immigration Episode 67: This Week in Immigration Mon, 04 May 2020 14:55:37 +0000 In this week’s episode, Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón discuss the Trump Administration’s 60-day suspension on certain green card categories, as well as President Trump’s statement suggesting that state and local relief funds could be contingent on their sanctuary city policies. The team also has another edition of ‘The Gavel’ where they take a look at the legal happenings of DACA, the Public Charge, and more.]]> 39:01 no In this week’s episode, Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón discuss the Trump Administration’s 60-day suspension on certain green card categories, as well as President Trump’s statement suggesting that state and local relief funds could be contingent on their sanctuary city policies. The team also has another edition of ‘The Gavel’ where they take a look at the legal happenings of DACA, the Public Charge, and more. full Episode 66: This Week in Immigration Episode 66: This Week in Immigration Mon, 20 Apr 2020 21:29:40 +0000 In this week’s episode, Host Jordan LaPier sits down with BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss the CDC’s new Title 42 order that allows CBP to expel any migrant arriving at the U.S. border from the United States on public health grounds, the efforts of Northern Triangle countries to limit the arrival of deportations from the United States to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, and way states and cities are providing disaster relief support to their immigrant populations during the economic fallout from the pandemic.]]> 28:45 no In this week’s episode, Host Jordan LaPier sits down with BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss the CDC’s new Title 42 order that allows CBP to expel any migrant arriving at the U.S. border from the United States on public health grounds, the efforts of Northern Triangle countries to limit the arrival of deportations from the United States to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, and way states and cities are providing disaster relief support to their immigrant populations. full Episode 65: This Week in Immigration Episode 65 Mon, 06 Apr 2020 20:19:47 +0000
In this week's episode, Host Jordan LaPier is joined by BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramon, as well BPC Action's managing director, Laura Hall, to discuss the immigrants on the front lines of response to the coronavirus, the impact of a recession for immigrant workers, and an immigration angle of the CARES Act.
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31:15 no In this week's episode, Host Jordan LaPier is joined by BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramon, as well BPC Action's managing director, Laura Hall, to discuss the immigrants on the front lines of response to the coronavirus, the impact of a recession for immigrant workers, and an immigration angle of the CARES Act. full
Episode 64: This Week in Immigration Episode 64: This Week in Immigration Tue, 24 Mar 2020 17:00:32 +0000 This Week In Immigration presents a special COVID-19 episode looking at the impacts to immigrants and the immigration system of the pandemic response, and how and whether the government is leaning on its normal border immigration strategy to try to block the virus. Guest Dr. Anand Parekh joins regulars Cris Ramón, Theresa Brown and Jordan LaPier.

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This Week In Immigration presents a special COVID-19 episode looking at the impacts to immigrants and the immigration system of the pandemic response, and how and whether the government is leaning on its normal border immigration strategy to try to block the virus. Guest Dr. Anand Parekh joins regulars Cris Ramón, Theresa Brown and Jordan LaPier.

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38:52 no This Week In Immigration presents a special COVID-19 episode looking at the impacts to immigrants and the immigration system of the pandemic response, and how and whether the government is leaning on its normal border immigration strategy to try to block the virus. Guest Dr. Anand Parekh joins regulars Cris Ramón, Theresa Brown and Jordan LaPier. full
Episode 63: This Week in Immigration Episode 63: This Week in Immigration Mon, 09 Mar 2020 19:55:43 +0000 In this week’s episode, Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón have a supersized version of ‘The Gavel’ for you. They discuss the lifting of injunctions against the Trump administration’s Public Charge rule, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision against MPP, or Remain in Mexico, and a federal judge’s recent ruling questioning Ken Cuccinelli’s appointment at USCIS.

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In this week’s episode, Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón have a supersized version of ‘The Gavel’ for you. They discuss the lifting of injunctions against the Trump administration’s Public Charge rule, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision against MPP, or Remain in Mexico, and a federal judge’s recent ruling questioning Ken Cuccinelli’s appointment at USCIS.

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32:46 no In this week’s episode, Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón have a supersized version of ‘The Gavel’ for you. They discuss the lifting of injunctions against the Trump administration’s Public Charge rule, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision against MPP, or Remain in Mexico, and a federal judge’s recent ruling questioning Ken Cuccinelli’s appointment at USCIS. full
Episode 62: This Week in Immigration Episode 62: This Week in Immigration Tue, 25 Feb 2020 20:36:40 +0000 A merit-based immigration system, like those in Canada and Australia, continues to be one of the main proposals pushed for by the Trump administration. In this week’s episode, we take a look back at a 2018 conversation between BPC regular Theresa Cardinal Brown, representatives from the Australian and Canadian governments, Michael Willard and André Valotaire respectively, as well as Daniel Griswold from the Mercatus Center.

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A merit-based immigration system, like those in Canada and Australia, continues to be one of the main proposals pushed for by the Trump administration. In this week’s episode, we take a look back at a 2018 conversation between BPC regular Theresa Cardinal Brown, representatives from the Australian and Canadian governments, Michael Willard and André Valotaire respectively, as well as Daniel Griswold from the Mercatus Center.

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47:47 no A merit-based immigration system, like those in Canada and Australia, continues to be one of the main proposals pushed for by the Trump administration. In this week’s episode, we take a look back at a 2018 conversation between BPC regular Theresa Cardinal Brown, representatives from the Australian and Canadian governments, Michael Willard and André Valotaire respectively, as well as Daniel Griswold from the Mercatus Center. full
Episode 61: This Week in Immigration Episode 61: This Week in Immigration Mon, 10 Feb 2020 17:10:17 +0000 In this week’s episode, special guest Dr. Anand Parekh, BPC’s chief medical advisor, joins Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón as they discuss travel restrictions from the coronavirus and give a public health and immigration perspective on how the U.S. should respond. The team also discusses the administrations recent expansion of the travel ban to several new countries including Nigeria, and news that the border wall will need to have gates to prevent flooding and what this means for its construction and effectiveness. 

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In this week’s episode, special guest Dr. Anand Parekh, BPC’s chief medical advisor, joins Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón as they discuss travel restrictions from the coronavirus and give a public health and immigration perspective on how the U.S. should respond. The team also discusses the administrations recent expansion of the travel ban to several new countries including Nigeria, and news that the border wall will need to have gates to prevent flooding and what this means for its construction and effectiveness. 

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37:36 no In this week’s episode, special guest Dr. Anand Parekh, BPC’s chief medical advisor, joins Host Jordan LaPier and BPC regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón as they discuss travel restrictions from the coronavirus and give a public health and immigration perspective on how the U.S. should respond. The team also discusses the administrations recent expansion of the travel ban to several new countries including Nigeria, and news that the border wall will need to have gates to prevent flooding. full
Episode 60: This Week in Immigration Episode 60: This Week in Immigration Thu, 30 Jan 2020 15:57:37 +0000 This week, we have special guests on 'This Week in Immigration!' Host Jordan LaPier is joined by regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón, as well as BPC's VP of Communications and former Pentagon and DHS spokesperson, David Lapan, to discuss the transfer of military funds to fund the border wall and immigration project associate, Rachel Iacono, to discuss the impact on H-1B decisions of the Buy American, Hire American executive order. The team also discusses the emergence of a new migrant caravan and an episode of The Gavel covering new developments in immigration litigation.

PRODUCERS NOTE:  This episode was recorded the day before the Supreme Court stayed the injunction on the public charge rule. The second circuit’s injunction was the last one standing so the rule can go into effect now.

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This week, we have special guests on 'This Week in Immigration!' Host Jordan LaPier is joined by regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón, as well as BPC's VP of Communications and former Pentagon and DHS spokesperson, David Lapan, to discuss the transfer of military funds to fund the border wall and immigration project associate, Rachel Iacono, to discuss the impact on H-1B decisions of the Buy American, Hire American executive order. The team also discusses the emergence of a new migrant caravan and an episode of The Gavel covering new developments in immigration litigation.

PRODUCERS NOTE:  This episode was recorded the day before the Supreme Court stayed the injunction on the public charge rule. The second circuit’s injunction was the last one standing so the rule can go into effect now.

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34:28 no This week, we have special guests on 'This Week in Immigration!' Host Jordan LaPier is joined by regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón, as well as BPC's VP of Communications and former Pentagon and DHS spokesperson, David Lapan, to discuss the transfer of military funds to fund the border wall and immigration project associate, Rachel Iacono, to discuss the impact on H-1B decisions of the Buy American, Hire American executive order. The team also discusses the emergence of a new migrant caravan. full
Episode 59: This Week in Immigration Episode 59: This Week in Immigration Thu, 16 Jan 2020 20:50:55 +0000 In this week episode, we kick off the new year with host Jordan LaPier, Theresa Cardinal Brown, and Cris Ramón as they discuss news about Mexican asylum applicants being removed to Guatemala, what data do we know about Remain in Mexico and its impact, why some migrants will be required to submit DNA samples at the border, and the news about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with an immigration spin to it.

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In this week episode, we kick off the new year with host Jordan LaPier, Theresa Cardinal Brown, and Cris Ramón as they discuss news about Mexican asylum applicants being removed to Guatemala, what data do we know about Remain in Mexico and its impact, why some migrants will be required to submit DNA samples at the border, and the news about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with an immigration spin to it.

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32:06 no In this week episode, we kick off the new year with host Jordan LaPier, Theresa Cardinal Brown, and Cris Ramón as they discuss news about Mexican asylum applicants being removed to Guatemala, what data do we know about Remain in Mexico and its impact, why some migrants will be required to submit DNA samples at the border, and the news about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex with an immigration spin to it. full
Episode 58: This Week in Immigration Episode 58: This Week in Immigration Wed, 01 Jan 2020 22:26:35 +0000 To conclude 2019, host Jordan LaPier is joined by Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall to recap the top immigration stories of 2019 and discuss 2020 expectations.

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To conclude 2019, host Jordan LaPier is joined by Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall to recap the top immigration stories of 2019 and discuss 2020 expectations.

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36:35 no To conclude 2019, host Jordan LaPier is joined by Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall to recap the top immigration stories of 2019 and discuss 2020 expectations. full
Episode 57: This Week in Immigration Episode 57: This Week in Immigration Wed, 18 Dec 2019 16:53:13 +0000 In this week's episode, Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón have an in-depth discussion about a slew of recent court decisions in the never-ending stream of immigration litigation in a supersized edition of ‘The Gavel.’

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In this week's episode, Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón have an in-depth discussion about a slew of recent court decisions in the never-ending stream of immigration litigation in a supersized edition of ‘The Gavel.’

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32:00 no In this week's episode, Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón have an in-depth discussion about a slew of recent court decisions in the never-ending stream of immigration litigation in a supersized edition of ‘The Gavel.’ full
Episode 56: This Week in Immigration Episode 56: This Week in Immigration Wed, 04 Dec 2019 14:27:06 +0000 This Week In Immigration we present a special episode: A discussion of the importance of the immigration issue to state and local officials.  Over the last couple of years, state legislatures and county commissions have become increasingly places where major immigration issues of our time are debated.  While immigration law is and continues to be a federal prerogative, states and counties are increasingly on the front lines of dealing with the issues. Our own Theresa Cardinal Brown, sat down with the chairs of the Immigration Task Forces of the National Association of Counties, Bill Truex, from Charlotte County, Florida, and the National Conference of State Legislatures, Senator Mo Dennis from Las Vegas, Nevada, to discuss their interest in immigration, their work with the NACO and NCSL task forces, and why its important that federal lawmakers hear from state and local officials on immigration issues.

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This Week In Immigration we present a special episode: A discussion of the importance of the immigration issue to state and local officials.  Over the last couple of years, state legislatures and county commissions have become increasingly places where major immigration issues of our time are debated.  While immigration law is and continues to be a federal prerogative, states and counties are increasingly on the front lines of dealing with the issues. Our own Theresa Cardinal Brown, sat down with the chairs of the Immigration Task Forces of the National Association of Counties, Bill Truex, from Charlotte County, Florida, and the National Conference of State Legislatures, Senator Mo Dennis from Las Vegas, Nevada, to discuss their interest in immigration, their work with the NACO and NCSL task forces, and why its important that federal lawmakers hear from state and local officials on immigration issues.

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28:50 no Our own Theresa Cardinal Brown, sat down with the chairs of the Immigration Task Forces of the National Association of Counties, Bill Truex, from Charlotte County, Florida, and the National Conference of State Legislatures, Senator Mo Dennis from Las Vegas, Nevada, to discuss their interest in immigration, their work with the NACO and NCSL task forces, and why its important that federal lawmakers hear from state and local officials on immigration issues. full
Episode 55: This Week in Immigration Episode 55: This Week in Immigration Tue, 19 Nov 2019 20:21:13 +0000 In this week's episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss the potential consequences of the new USCIS rules for some migrants and the Supreme Court DACA case. 

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In this week's episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss the potential consequences of the new USCIS rules for some migrants and the Supreme Court DACA case. 

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36:37 no In this week's episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss the potential consequences of the new USCIS rules for some migrants and the Supreme Court DACA case. full
Episode 54: This Week in Immigration Episode 54: This Week in Immigration Wed, 06 Nov 2019 20:28:08 +0000 In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón as they discuss the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's FY 2019 apprehension numbers, the debate over the bipartisan Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act, and the Trump Administration’s extension of TPS for Salvadorans.

 

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In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón as they discuss the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's FY 2019 apprehension numbers, the debate over the bipartisan Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act, and the Trump Administration’s extension of TPS for Salvadorans.

 

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32:06 no In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón as they discuss the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's FY 2019 apprehension numbers, the debate over the bipartisan Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act, and the Trump Administration’s extension of TPS for Salvadorans. full
Episode 53: This Week in Immigration Episode 53: This Week in Immigration Wed, 23 Oct 2019 18:25:32 +0000 In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan’s resignation and a new presidential proclamation requiring Green Card applicants to secure health insurance before arriving to the United States. Our Litigation Corner segment covers the recent wave of lawsuits that have enjoined the Trump Administration’s public charge rule and ruled against the legality of its national emergency declaration to access funding for the U.S.-Mexico border wall.

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In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan’s resignation and a new presidential proclamation requiring Green Card applicants to secure health insurance before arriving to the United States. Our Litigation Corner segment covers the recent wave of lawsuits that have enjoined the Trump Administration’s public charge rule and ruled against the legality of its national emergency declaration to access funding for the U.S.-Mexico border wall.

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31:10 no In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan’s resignation and a new presidential proclamation requiring Green Card applicants to secure health insurance before arriving to the United States. full
Episode 52: This Week in Immigration Episode 52: This Week in Immigration Wed, 09 Oct 2019 14:44:16 +0000 This week’s episode unveils a new segment for our program: The Litigation Corner. The regular segment will cover important developments over immigration policy litigation and breakdown their implications for U.S. immigration policy. Host Jordan LaPier also covers the Trump administration’s proposed refugee cap and newest sets of asylum cooperation agreements between the U.S. and El Salvador and Honduras Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón.

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This week’s episode unveils a new segment for our program: The Litigation Corner. The regular segment will cover important developments over immigration policy litigation and breakdown their implications for U.S. immigration policy. Host Jordan LaPier also covers the Trump administration’s proposed refugee cap and newest sets of asylum cooperation agreements between the U.S. and El Salvador and Honduras Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón.

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34:18 no This week’s episode unveils a new segment for our program: The Litigation Corner. The regular segment will cover important developments over immigration policy litigation and breakdown their implications for U.S. immigration policy. Host Jordan LaPier also covers the Trump administration’s proposed refugee cap and newest sets of asylum cooperation agreements between the U.S. and El Salvador and Honduras Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón. full
Episode 51: This Week in Immigration Episode 51: This Week in Immigration Wed, 25 Sep 2019 17:04:23 +0000 After celebrating our 50th podcast, This Week in Immigration host Jordan LaPier returns with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramon to discuss the implications of the latest round of litigation against the Trump administration’s asylum policies, the outcome of U.S.-Mexico talks on migration enforcement, and the Trump Administration’s decision to not grant Temporary Protected Status to Bahamians in the United States.

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After celebrating our 50th podcast, This Week in Immigration host Jordan LaPier returns with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramon to discuss the implications of the latest round of litigation against the Trump administration’s asylum policies, the outcome of U.S.-Mexico talks on migration enforcement, and the Trump Administration’s decision to not grant Temporary Protected Status to Bahamians in the United States.

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31:01 no After celebrating our 50th podcast, This Week in Immigration host Jordan LaPier returns with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramon to discuss the implications of the latest round of litigation against the Trump administration’s asylum policies, the outcome of U.S.-Mexico talks on migration enforcement, and the Trump Administration’s decision to not grant Temporary Protected Status to Bahamians in the United States. full
Episode 50: This Week in Immigration Episode 50: This Week in Immigration Tue, 10 Sep 2019 19:32:02 +0000 'This Week in Immigration' celebrates its 50th episode with a super-sized recording that covers the present, past, and future of the immigration policy debate in the United States. Host Jordan LaPier and the podcast’s regular team of Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón cover the debate’s current fault lines, how the immigration system has shaped these discussions, and where the debate is going in a polarized political environment.

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'This Week in Immigration' celebrates its 50th episode with a super-sized recording that covers the present, past, and future of the immigration policy debate in the United States. Host Jordan LaPier and the podcast’s regular team of Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón cover the debate’s current fault lines, how the immigration system has shaped these discussions, and where the debate is going in a polarized political environment.

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51:00 no 'This Week in Immigration' celebrates its 50th episode with a super-sized recording that covers the present, past, and future of the immigration policy debate in the United States. Host Jordan LaPier and the podcast’s regular team of Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón cover the debate’s current fault lines, how the immigration system has shaped these discussions, and where the debate is going in a polarized political environment. full
Episode 49: This Week in Immigration Episode 49: This Week in Immigration Wed, 28 Aug 2019 18:53:44 +0000 This week Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Brown and Cristobal Ramon to discuss the Trump administration’s new “Public Charge” rule and regulations on the detention of families at the U.S.-Mexico border, the ongoing legal battle over the White House’s asylum regulations, and the latest Southwest border apprehension numbers. 

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This week Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Brown and Cristobal Ramon to discuss the Trump administration’s new “Public Charge” rule and regulations on the detention of families at the U.S.-Mexico border, the ongoing legal battle over the White House’s asylum regulations, and the latest Southwest border apprehension numbers. 

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29:24 no This week Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Brown and Cristobal Ramon to discuss the Trump administration’s new “Public Charge” rule and regulations on the detention of families at the U.S.-Mexico border, the ongoing legal battle over the White House’s asylum regulations, and the latest Southwest border apprehension numbers. full
Episode 48: This Week in Immigration Episode 48: This Week in Immigration Tue, 13 Aug 2019 17:03:54 +0000 In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss a roundup of all the latest news on asylum policy, including the signing of the U.S.-Guatemalan first entry agreement, the latest court rulings on the Trump administration’s asylum regulations,  and Senate Republican efforts to introduce asylum legislation.

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In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss a roundup of all the latest news on asylum policy, including the signing of the U.S.-Guatemalan first entry agreement, the latest court rulings on the Trump administration’s asylum regulations,  and Senate Republican efforts to introduce asylum legislation.

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33:02 no In this week’s episode, host Jordan LaPier sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to discuss a roundup of all the latest news on asylum policy, including the signing of the U.S.-Guatemalan first entry agreement, the latest court rulings on the Trump administration’s asylum regulations, and Senate Republican efforts to introduce asylum legislation. full
Episode 47: This Week in Immigration Episode 47: This Week in Immigration Wed, 07 Aug 2019 16:00:05 +0000 On this week’s episode we discuss the Trump administration’s efforts to curb Asylum claims at the border, increased expedited removals, and an overview of this Congress’s efforts on immigration ahead of the August recess. Jordan LaPier is joined by BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall.

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On this week’s episode we discuss the Trump administration’s efforts to curb Asylum claims at the border, increased expedited removals, and an overview of this Congress’s efforts on immigration ahead of the August recess. Jordan LaPier is joined by BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall.

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36:15 clean On this week’s episode we discuss the Trump administration’s efforts to curb Asylum claims at the border, increased expedited removals, and an overview of this Congress’s efforts on immigration ahead of the August recess. Jordan LaPier is joined by BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall. full
Episode 46: This Week in Immigration Episode 46: This Week in Immigration Wed, 07 Aug 2019 15:58:05 +0000 This week Jordan and his guests discuss the visit of Democratic lawmakers to the border and the conditions of detention facilities, as well as an update on immigration laws at the state level. BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón sit down to cover it all.

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This week Jordan and his guests discuss the visit of Democratic lawmakers to the border and the conditions of detention facilities, as well as an update on immigration laws at the state level. BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón sit down to cover it all.

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Episode 45: This Week in Immigration Episode 45: This Week in Immigration Wed, 07 Aug 2019 15:50:35 +0000 This week we focus on the role of immigration policy in the first 2020 Democratic debates. Do the candidates have a comprehensive understanding of immigration? Are their solutions detailed enough? BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón join host Jordan LaPier to discuss the issue that was a primary focus of the two nights.

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This week we focus on the role of immigration policy in the first 2020 Democratic debates. Do the candidates have a comprehensive understanding of immigration? Are their solutions detailed enough? BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón join host Jordan LaPier to discuss the issue that was a primary focus of the two nights.

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36:38 clean This week we focus on the role of immigration policy in the first 2020 Democratic debates. Do the candidates have a comprehensive understanding of immigration? Are their solutions detailed enough? BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón join host Jordan LaPier to discuss the issue that was a primary focus of the two nights. 1 47 full Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 44: This Week in Immigration Tue, 18 Jun 2019 20:22:18 +0000 We cover the latest apprehension figures along the U.S.-Mexico border, the announced deal between the United States and Mexico to manage the increased flow of Central American migrants, and recent developments on the Dream and Promise Act. Regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón sit down with host Jordan LaPier to discuss. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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We cover the latest apprehension figures along the U.S.-Mexico border, the announced deal between the United States and Mexico to manage the increased flow of Central American migrants, and recent developments on the Dream and Promise Act. Regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón sit down with host Jordan LaPier to discuss. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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30:44 clean We cover the latest apprehension figures along the U.S.-Mexico border, managing the flow of Central American migrants, and the Dream and Promise Act.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 43: This Week in Immigration Tue, 04 Jun 2019 19:12:56 +0000 We break down the latest in the overhaul of leadership at the Department of Homeland Security, the border wall and border processing, and the immigration policy implications of the European Union’s parliamentary elections. Guest Host Blake Johnson discusses these issues with BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play.

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We break down the latest in the overhaul of leadership at the Department of Homeland Security, the border wall and border processing, and the immigration policy implications of the European Union’s parliamentary elections. Guest Host Blake Johnson discusses these issues with BPC’s Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play.

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31:59 clean We break down the latest in the overhaul of leadership at the Department of Homeland Security, the border wall and border processing, and the immigration policy implications of the European Union’s parliamentary elections.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 42: This Week in Immigration Wed, 22 May 2019 14:41:02 +0000 This week the team breaks down the White House’s new “merit-based” immigration proposal, the latest idea from ICE to encourage cooperation between local law enforcement and immigration authorities, and the complicated questions of transmission of U.S. citizenship raised by the birth of the British royal baby to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Host Jordan LaPier sits down with regulars Theresa...

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This week the team breaks down the White House’s new “merit-based” immigration proposal, the latest idea from ICE to encourage cooperation between local law enforcement and immigration authorities, and the complicated questions of transmission of U.S. citizenship raised by the birth of the British royal baby to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Host Jordan LaPier sits down with regulars Theresa...

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33:13 clean This week “merit-based” immigration, cooperation between local law enforcement and immigration authorities, and U.S. citizenship questions for the new British royal baby.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 41: This Week in Immigration Tue, 07 May 2019 19:42:53 +0000 This week Jordan sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown, Laura Hall, David Lapan, and Cris Ramón to discuss the deployment of military personnel to the border, the latest on immigration legislation, and how Mexico is handling the Central American migration crisis. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration?

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This week Jordan sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown, Laura Hall, David Lapan, and Cris Ramón to discuss the deployment of military personnel to the border, the latest on immigration legislation, and how Mexico is handling the Central American migration crisis. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration?

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32:53 clean This week we discuss the deployment of military personnel to the border, immigration legislation, and how Mexico is handling the Central American migration crisis.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 40: This Week in Immigration Tue, 23 Apr 2019 15:00:49 +0000 This week the BPC team takes a cue from President Trump’s growing list of acting secretaries with one of their own; Blake Johnson fills in as acting podcast host, replacing Jordan LaPier to cover the resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, an overview of immigration detention, and trends in interior enforcement with Cris Ramón, Katie Sullivan, and Lucas Reyes.

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This week the BPC team takes a cue from President Trump’s growing list of acting secretaries with one of their own; Blake Johnson fills in as acting podcast host, replacing Jordan LaPier to cover the resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, an overview of immigration detention, and trends in interior enforcement with Cris Ramón, Katie Sullivan, and Lucas Reyes.

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19:04 clean This week we cover the resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, an overview of immigration detention, and trends in interior enforcement.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 39: This Week in Immigration Wed, 10 Apr 2019 13:58:51 +0000 This week the team discusses President Trump’s threats to shut down the U.S.-Mexico border, decision to cut federal aid to Central America, and the capacity issues facing U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Host Jordan LaPier sits down with regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to break it all down. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play.

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This week the team discusses President Trump’s threats to shut down the U.S.-Mexico border, decision to cut federal aid to Central America, and the capacity issues facing U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Host Jordan LaPier sits down with regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to break it all down. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play.

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33:34 clean This week the team discusses President Trump’s threats to shut down the U.S.-Mexico border, decision to cut federal aid to Central America, and the capacity issues facing U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 38: This Week in Immigration Wed, 27 Mar 2019 13:40:08 +0000 This week Jordan sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Laura Hall to discuss the proposed Department of Homeland Security budget, the roll out of the “Remain in Mexico” policy, and the latest immigration decision regarding detention from the Supreme Court. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration?

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This week Jordan sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown and Laura Hall to discuss the proposed Department of Homeland Security budget, the roll out of the “Remain in Mexico” policy, and the latest immigration decision regarding detention from the Supreme Court. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration?

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26:29 clean This week we discuss the proposed DHS budget, the roll out of the “Remain in Mexico” policy, and the latest immigration decision regarding detention from the Supreme Court.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 37: This Week in Immigration Wed, 13 Mar 2019 13:53:34 +0000 This week Jordan is joined by BPC Action Senior Manager Laura Hall and BPC Policy Analyst Cris Ramón to break down CBP’s latest apprehension numbers at the border, conditions in immigration custody, and what’s going on in immigration on the Hill. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all...

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This week Jordan is joined by BPC Action Senior Manager Laura Hall and BPC Policy Analyst Cris Ramón to break down CBP’s latest apprehension numbers at the border, conditions in immigration custody, and what’s going on in immigration on the Hill. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all...

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21:29 clean This week we break down CBP’s latest apprehension numbers at the border, conditions in immigration custody, and what’s going on in immigration on the Hill.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 36: This Week in Immigration Tue, 26 Feb 2019 16:26:28 +0000 This week we cover President Trump’s national emergency declaration, the current state of border wall, and responses from states and localities to the Trump administration’s border security and asylum policies. Host Jordan LaPier is joined by regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón, as well as BPC Vice President of Communications David Lapan and Immigration Project Associate Katie Sullivan.

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This week we cover President Trump’s national emergency declaration, the current state of border wall, and responses from states and localities to the Trump administration’s border security and asylum policies. Host Jordan LaPier is joined by regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón, as well as BPC Vice President of Communications David Lapan and Immigration Project Associate Katie Sullivan.

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31:03 clean This week we cover President Trump’s national emergency declaration, the border wall, and responses to the administration’s border security and asylum policies.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 35: This Week in Immigration Tue, 12 Feb 2019 16:24:54 +0000 Jordan LaPier sits down with regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to cover a range of topics this week: immigration in the State of the Union, the potential migratory impacts of the presidential election in El Salvador, and the case of Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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Jordan LaPier sits down with regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón to cover a range of topics this week: immigration in the State of the Union, the potential migratory impacts of the presidential election in El Salvador, and the case of Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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31:04 clean Immigration in the State of the Union, the potential migratory impacts of the presidential election in El Salvador, and the case of Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 34: This Week in Immigration Tue, 29 Jan 2019 16:51:32 +0000 This week we cover the history of humanitarian crises at our borders, the new Central American caravan and a status update on the previous one, and what we predict from the State of the Union on immigration. Host Jordan LaLier is joined for the conversation by Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall of BPC Action. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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This week we cover the history of humanitarian crises at our borders, the new Central American caravan and a status update on the previous one, and what we predict from the State of the Union on immigration. Host Jordan LaLier is joined for the conversation by Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall of BPC Action. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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29:32 clean The history of humanitarian crises at our borders, the new migrant caravan and update on the previous one, and what we predict from the State of the Union on immigration.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 33: This Week in Immigration Tue, 15 Jan 2019 21:38:59 +0000 This week Jordan and his guests discuss the partial government shutdown over the border wall dispute: how it happened, what it means, and how it may get resolved. Jordan is joined by Bill Hoagland, BPC Senior Vice President, and Theresa Cardinal Brown, BPC Director of Immigration & Cross-Border Policy. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play.

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This week Jordan and his guests discuss the partial government shutdown over the border wall dispute: how it happened, what it means, and how it may get resolved. Jordan is joined by Bill Hoagland, BPC Senior Vice President, and Theresa Cardinal Brown, BPC Director of Immigration & Cross-Border Policy. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play.

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39:30 clean This week Jordan and his guests discuss the partial government shutdown over the border wall dispute: how it happened, what it means, and how it may get resolved.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 32: This Week in Immigration Tue, 18 Dec 2018 16:19:05 +0000 We close out 2018 with a special episode featuring a one-on-one conversation between Theresa Cardinal Brown, BPC’s Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy, and Alan Bersin, former DHS official, Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, and US-Mexico border expert. The pair discusses the changing relationship between the United States and Mexico, shifting migration patterns, the “Remain...

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We close out 2018 with a special episode featuring a one-on-one conversation between Theresa Cardinal Brown, BPC’s Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy, and Alan Bersin, former DHS official, Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, and US-Mexico border expert. The pair discusses the changing relationship between the United States and Mexico, shifting migration patterns, the “Remain...

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33:53 clean Special episode featuring a conversation between Theresa Brown and Alan Bersin, former DHS official, CBP Commissioner, and US-Mexico and border expert.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 31: This Week in Immigration Tue, 04 Dec 2018 16:08:43 +0000 Jordan and his guests Theresa Cardinal Brown, Laura Hall, and Cris Ramón help explain the latest in immigration news, including the clash at the U.S.-Mexico border between caravan members and Border Patrol over Thanksgiving weekend, the rumored “Remain in Mexico” deal with the new Mexican government, and the potential government shutdown over border wall funding. This podcast can also be found on...

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Jordan and his guests Theresa Cardinal Brown, Laura Hall, and Cris Ramón help explain the latest in immigration news, including the clash at the U.S.-Mexico border between caravan members and Border Patrol over Thanksgiving weekend, the rumored “Remain in Mexico” deal with the new Mexican government, and the potential government shutdown over border wall funding. This podcast can also be found on...

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22:03 clean This week we cover the clash at the U.S.-Mexico border over Thanksgiving weekend, the rumored “Remain in Mexico” deal, and the potential government shutdown.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 30: This Week in Immigration Tue, 20 Nov 2018 14:52:00 +0000 This week Jordan and his guests catch you up on what the midterm election results and related news mean for immigration. Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall discuss the outlook of divided government, the latest on the caravan, new asylum rules, and the recent ouster of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and rumored departures of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and White House Chief of...

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This week Jordan and his guests catch you up on what the midterm election results and related news mean for immigration. Theresa Cardinal Brown, Cris Ramón, and Laura Hall discuss the outlook of divided government, the latest on the caravan, new asylum rules, and the recent ouster of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and rumored departures of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and White House Chief of...

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34:31 clean Midterm election results, the outlook of divided government, news updates, and the recent ouster of Jeff Sessions and rumored departures of Kirstjen Nielsen and John Kelly.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 29: This Week in Immigration Tue, 06 Nov 2018 19:06:03 +0000 This week host Jordan LaPier and Theresa Cardinal Brown, Laura Hall, and Cris Ramón examine how immigration impacted the 2018 midterm elections, including the way that President Trump’s messaging on the migrant caravan shaped the Republican parties’ electoral strategy, the Democrats’ approach to immigration leading up the election, and important immigration-related trends to watch on election...

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This week host Jordan LaPier and Theresa Cardinal Brown, Laura Hall, and Cris Ramón examine how immigration impacted the 2018 midterm elections, including the way that President Trump’s messaging on the migrant caravan shaped the Republican parties’ electoral strategy, the Democrats’ approach to immigration leading up the election, and important immigration-related trends to watch on election...

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32:33 clean The 2018 midterm elections. How Trump’s messaging on the migrant caravan shaped the Republicans’ strategy, the Democrats’ approach, and trends to watch on election night.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 28: This Week in Immigration Tue, 23 Oct 2018 15:40:40 +0000 This week host Jordan LaPier and regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón are joined by BPC Action’s Laura Hall to cover a range of topical issues: new measures being considered by the administration to separate families at the border, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s bill in the House, the upcoming battle over appropriations, the new trade agreement set to replace NAFTA...

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This week host Jordan LaPier and regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón are joined by BPC Action’s Laura Hall to cover a range of topical issues: new measures being considered by the administration to separate families at the border, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s bill in the House, the upcoming battle over appropriations, the new trade agreement set to replace NAFTA...

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23:38 clean New family separation measures being considered, Kevin McCarthy's House bill, the upcoming appropriations battle, the new NAFTA, and marijuana legalization in Canada.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 27: This Week in Immigration Tue, 09 Oct 2018 17:26:16 +0000 This week host Jordan LaPier and his regular guests Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón discuss the DHS inspector general’s highly critical report on the Trump administration’s Zero Tolerance Policy, the tent city shelter for migrant children in Tornillo, Texas, and the latest on the administration’s proposed “public charge rule.” This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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This week host Jordan LaPier and his regular guests Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón discuss the DHS inspector general’s highly critical report on the Trump administration’s Zero Tolerance Policy, the tent city shelter for migrant children in Tornillo, Texas, and the latest on the administration’s proposed “public charge rule.” This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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32:42 clean This week we discuss the DHS inspector general’s critical report on the Zero Tolerance Policy, the tent city shelter in Texas, and the proposed “public charge rule.”Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 26: This Week in Immigration Tue, 25 Sep 2018 18:05:36 +0000 This week Jordan is joined by BPC’s Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy Theresa Cardinal Brown, Policy Analyst Cris Ramón, and Project Associate Katie Sullivan to discuss the latest immigration news. They cover the Trump administration’s announcement of a lower cap of refugees next year, the latest U.S.-Mexico border apprehension numbers, the administration’s efforts to overturn the...

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This week Jordan is joined by BPC’s Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy Theresa Cardinal Brown, Policy Analyst Cris Ramón, and Project Associate Katie Sullivan to discuss the latest immigration news. They cover the Trump administration’s announcement of a lower cap of refugees next year, the latest U.S.-Mexico border apprehension numbers, the administration’s efforts to overturn the...

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21:14 clean This week's discussion covers the Trump administration’s announcement of a lower cap of refugees next year, the latest U.S.-Mexico border apprehension numbers plus more. Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 25: This Week in Immigration Tue, 11 Sep 2018 21:09:47 +0000 This week we celebrate our 25th episode by revisiting some of our greatest hits. Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy Theresa Cardinal Brown and Policy Analyst Cris Ramón discuss with host Jordan LaPier a number of past topics that are due for an update, such as Immigrants’ use of public benefits, the Trump administration’s screening processes, congressional appropriations...

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This week we celebrate our 25th episode by revisiting some of our greatest hits. Director of Immigration and Cross-Border Policy Theresa Cardinal Brown and Policy Analyst Cris Ramón discuss with host Jordan LaPier a number of past topics that are due for an update, such as Immigrants’ use of public benefits, the Trump administration’s screening processes, congressional appropriations...

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35:21 clean We celebrate our 25th episode by revisiting some of our greatest hits and past topics that are due for an update. Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 24: This Week in Immigration Tue, 28 Aug 2018 15:09:47 +0000 This week we cover the latest efforts to reunite families separated at the border, the proposed “public charge” rule, and research on non-citizens’ use of public benefits. We also explain what continuances are in the immigration court system and why Attorney General Jeff Sessions has moved to curtail them. Host Jordan LaPier is joined by regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón.

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This week we cover the latest efforts to reunite families separated at the border, the proposed “public charge” rule, and research on non-citizens’ use of public benefits. We also explain what continuances are in the immigration court system and why Attorney General Jeff Sessions has moved to curtail them. Host Jordan LaPier is joined by regulars Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cris Ramón.

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21:53 clean The latest in efforts to reunite families, the proposed “public charge” rule, non-citizens’ use of public benefits, and why Sessions has moved to curtail continuances.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 23: This Week in Immigration Tue, 14 Aug 2018 16:44:07 +0000 This week our host Jordan LaPier sits down with our regular cast and crew to cover what’s new on the DACA court battles and give a status update on family reunifications. We also look at our research and findings on whether rhetoric is effective in actually deterring unauthorized immigration. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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This week our host Jordan LaPier sits down with our regular cast and crew to cover what’s new on the DACA court battles and give a status update on family reunifications. We also look at our research and findings on whether rhetoric is effective in actually deterring unauthorized immigration. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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22:55 clean This week we cover the DACA court battles, a status update on family reunifications, and our findings on the effectiveness of rhetoric in deterring unauthorized immigration.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 22: This Week in Immigration Wed, 01 Aug 2018 19:34:14 +0000 This week Jordan and his guests explore the immigration court system from multiple angles. Theresa Cardinal Brown explains the differences between the immigration and criminal court systems while Cris Ramón walks listeners through the removal process for immigrants appearing before immigration courts. Tim O’Shea discusses the immigration court backlog and the way hiring more immigration judges...

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This week Jordan and his guests explore the immigration court system from multiple angles. Theresa Cardinal Brown explains the differences between the immigration and criminal court systems while Cris Ramón walks listeners through the removal process for immigrants appearing before immigration courts. Tim O’Shea discusses the immigration court backlog and the way hiring more immigration judges...

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25:15 clean This week we explore the differences between the immigration and criminal court systems, the removal process, and the immigration court backlog.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 21: This Week in Immigration Wed, 18 Jul 2018 17:46:20 +0000 This week Jordan sits down with Theresa and Cris for a discussion on the policies behind the #AbolishICE campaign that has gained traction among Democrats, as well as an update on the issue of family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border. BPC Immigration Project Intern Tim O’Shea discusses denaturalization and answers the question “Can the government revoke your citizenship?” This podcast can also...

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This week Jordan sits down with Theresa and Cris for a discussion on the policies behind the #AbolishICE campaign that has gained traction among Democrats, as well as an update on the issue of family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border. BPC Immigration Project Intern Tim O’Shea discusses denaturalization and answers the question “Can the government revoke your citizenship?” This podcast can also...

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27:49 clean A discussion on the policies behind #AbolishICE, an update on family separations at the border, and a dive into the question “Can the government revoke your citizenship?”Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 20: This Week in Immigration Tue, 03 Jul 2018 19:28:40 +0000 Jordan sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown to discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Trump administration’s travel ban, and Laura Hall breaks down recent House votes on DACA-related legislation. Finally, Theresa and Cris Ramón examine how President Trump’s recent executive order impacts family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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Jordan sits down with Theresa Cardinal Brown to discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Trump administration’s travel ban, and Laura Hall breaks down recent House votes on DACA-related legislation. Finally, Theresa and Cris Ramón examine how President Trump’s recent executive order impacts family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts...

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27:37 clean We discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling on the administration’s travel ban, House votes, and the recent executive order on family separations at the border.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 19: This Week in Immigration Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:25:35 +0000 Jordan sits down with Laura Hall to discuss House Republican’s efforts to develop a compromise DACA bill, while Theresa Brown analyzes the latest DACA-related lawsuit and the Attorney General’s efforts to shape the application of asylum laws. Cris Ramon also joins to discuss the latest border apprehension metrics and their implications for separating families at the border. This podcast can also...

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Jordan sits down with Laura Hall to discuss House Republican’s efforts to develop a compromise DACA bill, while Theresa Brown analyzes the latest DACA-related lawsuit and the Attorney General’s efforts to shape the application of asylum laws. Cris Ramon also joins to discuss the latest border apprehension metrics and their implications for separating families at the border. This podcast can also...

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27:46 clean Jordan discusses with BPC experts the House Republican efforts to develop a compromise on DACA, efforts to shape the application of asylum laws, and families being separated at the border. Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 18: This Week in Immigration Tue, 12 Jun 2018 17:22:34 +0000 Jordan sits down with Theresa to talk about the potential outcomes for Republican negotiations for DACA legislation and the constitutional rights of immigrant children in public schools, and Cris discusses how a new policy change could impact the legal status of foreign students in the United States. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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Jordan sits down with Theresa to talk about the potential outcomes for Republican negotiations for DACA legislation and the constitutional rights of immigrant children in public schools, and Cris discusses how a new policy change could impact the legal status of foreign students in the United States. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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19:14 clean We discuss potential outcomes of Republican negotiations, the rights of immigrant children in schools, and possible changes to the legal status of foreign students in the US.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 17: This Week in Immigration Tue, 22 May 2018 18:01:01 +0000 Jordan sits down with Laura to discuss the latest push for DACA legislation in Congress, and Cris and Theresa examine the Trump administration’s decision to split families crossing the border illegally and the Attorney General’s decision to weigh in on more immigration court cases. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused...

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Jordan sits down with Laura to discuss the latest push for DACA legislation in Congress, and Cris and Theresa examine the Trump administration’s decision to split families crossing the border illegally and the Attorney General’s decision to weigh in on more immigration court cases. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused...

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21:00 clean More on the push for DACA legislation in Congress, the decision to split families crossing the border illegally, and the Attorney General’s involvement in court cases.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 16: This Week in Immigration Tue, 08 May 2018 15:54:14 +0000 Hunter sits down with Theresa to discuss court case updates on DACA and the travel ban as well as the migrant caravan at the southwest border, and national security Policy Analyst Jessica Michek joins to discuss “extreme vetting.” This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all episodes...

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Hunter sits down with Theresa to discuss court case updates on DACA and the travel ban as well as the migrant caravan at the southwest border, and national security Policy Analyst Jessica Michek joins to discuss “extreme vetting.” This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all episodes...

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23:53 clean We discuss court case updates on DACA and the travel ban as well as the migrant caravan at the southwest border, and Jessica Michek joins to discuss "extreme vetting."Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 15: This Week in Immigration Tue, 24 Apr 2018 13:53:27 +0000 This week, Jordan and the immigration team discuss how undocumented immigrants pay taxes, conflicting sanctuary city and state laws in California and Texas, National Guard troops at the border, and the recent Supreme Court decision on what makes an aggravated felony in immigration law. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts...

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This week, Jordan and the immigration team discuss how undocumented immigrants pay taxes, conflicting sanctuary city and state laws in California and Texas, National Guard troops at the border, and the recent Supreme Court decision on what makes an aggravated felony in immigration law. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts...

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18:48 clean This week we discuss how undocumented immigrants pay taxes, conflicting sanctuary city and state laws in CA and TX, National Guard troops at the border, and the Supreme Court decision on what makes an aggravated felony in immigration law.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 14: This Week in Immigration Tue, 10 Apr 2018 13:00:47 +0000 This week we talk about the U.S. Census, and what it means for immigration policy, our democratic process and evidence-based policymaking. Theresa Brown, Nick Hart, and John Fortier join hosts Jordan LaPier and Hunter Hallman to discuss. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all episodes here.

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This week we talk about the U.S. Census, and what it means for immigration policy, our democratic process and evidence-based policymaking. Theresa Brown, Nick Hart, and John Fortier join hosts Jordan LaPier and Hunter Hallman to discuss. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all episodes here.

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20:31 clean This week we talk about the census, and what it means for immigration policy, our democratic process and evidence-based policymaking.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 13: This Week in Immigration Tue, 27 Mar 2018 14:23:27 +0000 Jordan and Hunter talk to Theresa and Cris to break down the immigration policies included (and not included) in appropriations, President Trump’s visit to the border and spat with California, and our recently published research on immigrant criminality and jail populations. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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Jordan and Hunter talk to Theresa and Cris to break down the immigration policies included (and not included) in appropriations, President Trump’s visit to the border and spat with California, and our recently published research on immigrant criminality and jail populations. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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22:51 clean Jordan and Hunter talk to Theresa and Cris to break down the immigration policies included (and not included) in appropriations, President Trump’s visit to the border and spat with California, and our recently published research on immigrant criminality and jail populations.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 12: This Week in Immigration Tue, 13 Mar 2018 10:00:45 +0000 This week, Hunter sits down with Theresa to talk court case updates and the implications for immigration policy, intern Josh Rodriguez to discuss a recent report on border security, and policy analyst Jake Varn to examine the declining enrollment of international students in the United States. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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This week, Hunter sits down with Theresa to talk court case updates and the implications for immigration policy, intern Josh Rodriguez to discuss a recent report on border security, and policy analyst Jake Varn to examine the declining enrollment of international students in the United States. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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27:39 clean This week, Hunter sits down with Theresa to talk court case updates and the implications for immigration policy, intern Josh Rodriguez to discuss a recent report on border security, and policy analyst Jake Varn to examine the declining enrollment of international students in the United States.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 11: This Week in Immigration Tue, 27 Feb 2018 11:00:07 +0000 This week on the podcast, Jordan, Theresa, and Laura take a deep dive on what went wrong for DACA on the Senate Floor. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all episodes here.

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This week on the podcast, Jordan, Theresa, and Laura take a deep dive on what went wrong for DACA on the Senate Floor. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on immigration? You can find all episodes here.

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18:29 clean This week on the podcast, Jordan, Theresa, and Laura take a deep dive on what went wrong for DACA on the Senate Floor.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 10: This Week in Immigration Tue, 13 Feb 2018 18:00:27 +0000 This week on the podcast, Theresa and Cris join Jordan and Hunter to discuss the possible upcoming Supreme Court on DACA, ICE’s new policies on enforcement operations in courthouses, and two recently-released reports detailing the intersections between immigration and national security. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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This week on the podcast, Theresa and Cris join Jordan and Hunter to discuss the possible upcoming Supreme Court on DACA, ICE’s new policies on enforcement operations in courthouses, and two recently-released reports detailing the intersections between immigration and national security. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more...

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27:42 clean This week we talk about the possible upcoming Supreme Court on DACA, ICE's new policies on enforcement operations in courthouses, and more.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Bonus Episode: This Week in Immigration Wed, 31 Jan 2018 21:45:12 +0000 In a special bonus episode of This Week in Immigration, Jordan, Theresa, and Michele take a deep dive into the immigration issues discussed in President Trump’s State of the Union address, and BPC’s focus testing on the “four pillars” of immigration policy laid out in the speech. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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In a special bonus episode of This Week in Immigration, Jordan, Theresa, and Michele take a deep dive into the immigration issues discussed in President Trump’s State of the Union address, and BPC’s focus testing on the “four pillars” of immigration policy laid out in the speech. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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33:54 clean A deep dive into the immigration issues discussed in President Trump’s State of the Union address.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 9: This Week in Immigration Mon, 29 Jan 2018 21:43:42 +0000 This week, Jordan and Hunter host Theresa, Cris, and Michele Stockwell of BPCAction for a deep dive on the recent government shutdown and how it may affect DACA negotiations, the current state-of-play on DACA legislation, and the consequences of these developments on the lives of DREAMers. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts...

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This week, Jordan and Hunter host Theresa, Cris, and Michele Stockwell of BPCAction for a deep dive on the recent government shutdown and how it may affect DACA negotiations, the current state-of-play on DACA legislation, and the consequences of these developments on the lives of DREAMers. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts...

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30:28 clean This week discuss the recent government shutdown and how it may affect DACA negotiations.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 8: This Week in Immigration Tue, 16 Jan 2018 20:26:53 +0000 In our first episode of 2018, Theresa, Cris and Laura join Hunter to discuss the five biggest topics in immigration to watch for in the new year. They cover DACA and TPS, legal immigration reform, pending litigation on immigration, security and refugees, and enforcement. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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In our first episode of 2018, Theresa, Cris and Laura join Hunter to discuss the five biggest topics in immigration to watch for in the new year. They cover DACA and TPS, legal immigration reform, pending litigation on immigration, security and refugees, and enforcement. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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35:06 clean We discuss the five biggest topics in immigration to watch for in the new year.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 7: This Week in Immigration Tue, 12 Dec 2017 18:38:54 +0000 On Episode 7, Laura Hall joins the podcast to talk about what Congress needs to do by the end of 2017 and how DACA could factor in, Kenny Megan breaks down the House and Senate tax bills and their implications for immigrants, and immigration project intern Raven Quesenberry discusses her research into Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s “sensitive locations” policy.

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On Episode 7, Laura Hall joins the podcast to talk about what Congress needs to do by the end of 2017 and how DACA could factor in, Kenny Megan breaks down the House and Senate tax bills and their implications for immigrants, and immigration project intern Raven Quesenberry discusses her research into Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s “sensitive locations” policy.

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18:25 clean This week we talk about the House and Senate tax bills and their implications for immigrants, Immigration and Customs Enforcement's "sensitive locations" policy, and other breaking news.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 6: This Week in Immigration Tue, 28 Nov 2017 15:33:13 +0000 This week, the podcast is guest-hosted by David Lapan, Senior Director of Communications and Public Affairs at BPC and former press secretary for the Department of Homeland Security. He talks to Theresa and Cris about immigration enforcement and criminal gangs, the Post Office snafu over DACA applications, and the current status of DACA cases in court and the possibility of a Supreme Court case.

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This week, the podcast is guest-hosted by David Lapan, Senior Director of Communications and Public Affairs at BPC and former press secretary for the Department of Homeland Security. He talks to Theresa and Cris about immigration enforcement and criminal gangs, the Post Office snafu over DACA applications, and the current status of DACA cases in court and the possibility of a Supreme Court case.

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22:37 clean This week we talk about immigration enforcement and criminal gangs, and the current status of DACA cases in court.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 5: This Week in Immigration Tue, 14 Nov 2017 18:22:35 +0000 On Episode 5 of This Week in Immigration, Hunter sits down with Cris to discuss Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and the recent announcements by the Trump administration, and Theresa examines the renewed discussion of the diversity visa lottery program and “chain migration” after the November 1 terrorist attack in New York City, as well as the implications of this conversation on an...

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On Episode 5 of This Week in Immigration, Hunter sits down with Cris to discuss Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and the recent announcements by the Trump administration, and Theresa examines the renewed discussion of the diversity visa lottery program and “chain migration” after the November 1 terrorist attack in New York City, as well as the implications of this conversation on an...

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16:38 clean On Episode 5, we discuss TPS, the diversity visa lottery program and “chain migration."Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 4: This Week in Immigration Wed, 01 Nov 2017 15:22:27 +0000 Jordan and Hunter sit down with Theresa Brown and special guest Laura Hall, Senior Manager of BPCAction, to talk legislative strategy on DACA and how a deal might get attached to an end-of-the-year spending bill. Theresa gives the latest on the new refugee rules out of the Trump administration, and Cris Ramon gives us a low down on the many legal challenges to the travel ban, sanctuary cities...

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Jordan and Hunter sit down with Theresa Brown and special guest Laura Hall, Senior Manager of BPCAction, to talk legislative strategy on DACA and how a deal might get attached to an end-of-the-year spending bill. Theresa gives the latest on the new refugee rules out of the Trump administration, and Cris Ramon gives us a low down on the many legal challenges to the travel ban, sanctuary cities...

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28:50 clean This week we discuss the legislative strategy on DACA and the new refugee rules out of the Trump administration.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 3: This Week in Immigration Tue, 24 Oct 2017 12:00:26 +0000 For Episode 3 of This Week in Immigration, Theresa, Cris, and Hunter talk to Jordan about the latest DACA updates and how the dynamic between the White House and Congress may affect the progress of DACA legislation, the backlog crisis in the nation’s immigration courts, and the logistics of merit based vs. family based immigration systems in the United States and abroad. This podcast can also be...

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For Episode 3 of This Week in Immigration, Theresa, Cris, and Hunter talk to Jordan about the latest DACA updates and how the dynamic between the White House and Congress may affect the progress of DACA legislation, the backlog crisis in the nation’s immigration courts, and the logistics of merit based vs. family based immigration systems in the United States and abroad. This podcast can also be...

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18:05 clean Discussing the latest DACA updates, the backlog crisis in the nation’s immigration courts, and merit based vs. family based immigration systems.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 2: This Week in Immigration Tue, 17 Oct 2017 11:30:33 +0000 On Episode 2 of This Week in Immigration, Theresa and Cris talk to Jordan about the latest in the DACA debacle and the White House’s wish list, as well as updates on the travel ban’s legal challenges, and key facts and trends on immigration that shape the landscape of the debate. Hunter explores the growing rhetoric on “surges” at the border, and what the numbers really tell us.

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On Episode 2 of This Week in Immigration, Theresa and Cris talk to Jordan about the latest in the DACA debacle and the White House’s wish list, as well as updates on the travel ban’s legal challenges, and key facts and trends on immigration that shape the landscape of the debate. Hunter explores the growing rhetoric on “surges” at the border, and what the numbers really tell us.

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19:51 clean Theresa and Cris talk to Jordan about the latest in the DACA debacle and the White House's wish list.Read More Bipartisan Policy Center
Episode 1: This Week in Immigration Tue, 10 Oct 2017 18:02:54 +0000 BPC has a brand-new weekly series on immigration, This Week in Immigration. This week, Theresa Brown and Cris Ramon talk to Jordan LaPier and Hunter Hallman about DACA dealmaking, the ever-changing travel ban, and the many complicated facets of the sanctuary cities debate. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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BPC has a brand-new weekly series on immigration, This Week in Immigration. This week, Theresa Brown and Cris Ramon talk to Jordan LaPier and Hunter Hallman about DACA dealmaking, the ever-changing travel ban, and the many complicated facets of the sanctuary cities debate. This podcast can also be found on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Google Play. Want to listen to more podcasts focused on...

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24:01 clean BPC has a brand-new weekly series on immigration, "This Week in Immigration". Listen to the first episode!Read More Bipartisan Policy Center