The US Immigration Podcast dives into the business of US Immigration and the impact of Immigration on US business. Through interviews with leading Immigration Attorneys as well as those impacted by US Immigration, we will explore various immigration topics and the journey of foreign nationals as they seek to become employees, executives, entrepreneurs or investors in the business tapestry of the United States.
41: National Justice for Our Neighbors
I interview Rob Rutland-Brown is the Executive Director of the National Justice for Our Neighbors, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Springfield, VA just outside of Washington DC with satellite offices throughout the country. National Justice for Our Neighbors is a United Methodist ministry of hospitality that welcomes immigrants by providing affordable, high-quality immigration legal services for low-income immigrants, engaging in advocacy for immigrant rights, and offering education to communities of faith as well as the public.
There are two ways you can help.
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40: Spanish Coaching for Immigration Attorneys
Danny Kalman of LanguageBird discusses his experaince inlearning launges, what to do (and what not to do) and private spanish coaching for immigration attorneys
Show notes: http://USImmigrationPodcast.com/40
Limited Time Offer: Danny is offering 25% of a monthly subscription of langage bird for those that contact him through the show notes page.
39: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Expansion with Mercer Cauley
I'll be at the American Immigration Lawyers Association annual conference in DC in two weeks. More info below!
In today's episode we talk to Mercer Cauley of North Carolina about the expansion to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
More info, show notes, and a way to contact Mercer to recive the offer mentioned on the podcast can be found at the link below.
38: Leveraging Your Voice
In this special bonus episode, I describe how Immigration Leaders can leverage the power of their voice to build their community
Since relaunching the show last week, and launching an open call to action for Leaders within the Immigration community to come on this show and our upcoming video panels, I have received a lot of questions that boil down to two categories.
Why would I want to do this? How do I go about doing this? I actually covered both of these, a much more, in an article I wrote for the EB-5 Investors Magazine. So I re-purposed that article, threw in some updates and bring it to you here.
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37: Welcome Back Immigration Nation!
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36: Russell Ford: Immigration in Higher Education
In this episode we talk to immigration attorney Russell Ford on immigration issues with higher education staff and educators as well as the different challenges for administrators and professors.
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Mark makes me want to be an attorney…and an immigrant! :-) He’s easy to listen to, the info is timely and informative. He knows his stuff.
Very informative podcast, full of information, sometimes this is all we need to help clear up the picture.
Great discussions about immigration
Mark Deal KNOWS immigration - and what he doesn't know his expert guests will share with us all. Good stuff Mark!