Immigration Law Update: Reversing Immigration-Related Administrative Actions
The Trump administration issued several hundred executive actions, regulations, and other administrative actions restricting immigration. Reversing those actions is a high priority. But the law and potential strategies in this area are complex. Cornell Law School professor Steve Yale-Loehr will moderate a panel discussion with two leading immigration experts.
What You’ll Learn:
- Key statutes: The Congressional Review Act, the Administrative Procedure Act, and the Federal Vacancies Reform Act
- Rulemaking versus litigation to reverse a rule or policy interpretation
- Ways to reverse a pending rule versus a final rule
- How the courts can help or hurt efforts to reverse immigration restrictions imposed by the Trump administration
Stephen Yale-Loehr, Cornell Law School
Jesse Matthew Bless, Esq., American Immigration Lawyers Association
Amy Marmer Nice, Esq., Immigration Policy Advisor
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- February 17, 2021
- Online On-Demand