43 episodes

Virginia attorney, immigrant advocate, and Managing Partner of the law firm Tingen & Williams, Jacob Tingen, discusses U.S. immigration law in an attempt to elevate the immigration conversation taking place in the USA. Learn about immigrants to the U.S., the challenges they face as they navigate our tangled legal system, and how our broken immigration laws enable abuse by an aggressive Executive Branch. Find Nation of Immigrants on the firm's YouTube channel, Facebook Page, iTunes, and on jacobtingen.com.

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Virginia attorney, immigrant advocate, and Managing Partner of the law firm Tingen & Williams, Jacob Tingen, discusses U.S. immigration law in an attempt to elevate the immigration conversation taking place in the USA. Learn about immigrants to the U.S., the challenges they face as they navigate our tangled legal system, and how our broken immigration laws enable abuse by an aggressive Executive Branch. Find Nation of Immigrants on the firm's YouTube channel, Facebook Page, iTunes, and on jacobtingen.com.

    NOI 43: Why is there a New Birth Tourism Regulation?

    NOI 43: Why is there a New Birth Tourism Regulation?

    Today we explore the world of Birth Tourism. The Trump administration has issued a new regulation that impacts the ability of women to enter the U.S. and receive needed medical care, in the name of preventing families from coming to the U.S. for the primary purpose of having a child born in the U.S.

    • 10 min
    NOI 42: Arresting Immigrants at Courthouses

    NOI 42: Arresting Immigrants at Courthouses

    Why is ICE arresting immigrants at courthouses? Is this something we should all be okay with? Today in Nation of Immigrants, attorney Jacob Tingen reviews some recent headlines out of Colorado about the issue of how ICE carries out its enforcement priorities.

    • 12 min
    NOI 41: Some Comments on New York as an Immigration Sanctuary City

    NOI 41: Some Comments on New York as an Immigration Sanctuary City

    Today, immigration lawyer Jacob Tingen comments on the controversy surrounding New York, its sanctuary policies relating to immigration, and the unfortunate manner that the death and murder of a 92-year-old woman is being politicized to advance immigration arguments.

    • 13 min
    NOI 40: U.S. Immigration in 2020

    NOI 40: U.S. Immigration in 2020

    Today we discuss what to expect in U.S. immigration in the coming year. We'll round out our discussion by touching on the potential economic impact of current U.S. immigration policy.

    • 18 min
    NOI 39: Guatemalan Teenager, Carlos Hernandez, Dies in Immigration Detention

    NOI 39: Guatemalan Teenager, Carlos Hernandez, Dies in Immigration Detention

    In this somber episode of Nation of Immigrants, immigration attorney Jacob Tingen reflects on the death of Carlos Hernandez, a Guatemalan teenager whose death inside an immigration detention center was caught on video.

    • 8 min
    NOI 38: Appeals Court Chimes in on the Trump Admin's Public Charge Rule

    NOI 38: Appeals Court Chimes in on the Trump Admin's Public Charge Rule

    The Trump Administration's public charge rule gets an update in a new appeals court ruling from the 9th circuit. The opinion addresses public charge, and repeals the injunction issued by the 9th circuit. While the public charge rule is still subject to injunctions in other circuits, the opinion itself says a lot about the state of immigration law today and the role of our three branches of government in creating, interpreting, and executing the law.

    • 9 min

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