|Live Event Date: 10/03/2023|
|Web Seminar||90 min.||Yes|
The Biden Administration has ushered in changes to longstanding humanitarian, removal, and family immigration policies, and has instituted a host of new programs. The panelists will provide an overview of these major developments and recent executive branch updates.
- Post-Title 42 updates
- Humanitarian parole program
- Processing center implementation
- Family reunification parole (FRP) processes
- Interview waivers for marriage-based cases
- Temporary Protected Status (TPS) redesignations
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) litigation
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Nicholas J. Mireles (DL), AILA CBP Liaison Committee, Los Angeles, CA
Nicholas J. Mireles is the owner and founder of the Law Office of Nicholas J. Mireles, APC. He is a past chair of the AILA Southern California Chapter and currently serves on AILA's Finance Committee and AILA's National CBP Liaison Committee. Mr. Mireles received his JD from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles (2012).
Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, Policy Director, American Immigration Council, Washington, D.C.
Aaron Reichlin-Melnick is Policy Director at the American Immigration Council where he directs the Council's administrative and legislative advocacy efforts to provide lawmakers, policymakers, advocates, and the general public with accurate and timely information about the role of immigrants in the United States. He previously served as the Senior Policy Counsel, where he worked primarily on border and immigration court issues and the intersection of immigration law and policy. Aaron holds a JD from the Georgetown University Law Center and a BA in Politics and East Asian Studies from Brandeis University.