In the Crosshairs: Executive Orders and Immigration, What To Do?

Published by Chester County Bar Association


This session will provide an overview of the fluid situation and impact that President Trump’s Executive Orders are having on Immigration and our clients, individuals, and businesses. Experienced Immigration Attorneys will provide guidance on steps to take in federal court to protect due process and fundamental rights for those affected by travel bans, visa cancellations, and increased interior enforcement efforts.

Materials provided:
Biography – Theodore J. Murphy, Esquire
Biography – Christopher M. Casazza, Esquire
EO 13767 Border Security and Immigration Enforcement
EO 13768 Enhancing Public Safety Interior
EO 13769 Foreign Terrorist Entry
EOIR Case Processing Priorities
Travel Ban 9th Circuit – States Amici Brief
Travel Ban - USG Reply Brief 02/07/2017
Habeas Corpus Writ – EDNY – Travel Ban
CRS – Executive Authority to Exclude Aliens
CRS – Terrorist Screening Database
CRS – Immigration – Visa Security Policies
CRS – Legal Ethics in Immigration Matters
Confidentiality in Asylum Process
NIJC Asylum Manual (January 2017)

Theodore J. Murphy, Esq.
Christopher M. Casazza, Esq.

Originally Published

February 14, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • In the Crosshairs: Executive Orders and Immigration, What To Do? - Video
  • In the Crosshairs: Executive Orders and Immigration, What To Do? - Paper

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