In this special July 4th episode we talk to Immigration Attorney Joseph Rosen on the History of US Immigration
Joseph Rosen is the managing attorney for Joseph H. Rosen, Immigration Law Group. Mr. Rosen began practicing Immigration Law in June 2011 after retiring from the US Government where he spent 20 years as a Special Agent for the FBI and US Customs. His law enforcement career includes 10 years of working on or near the US / Mexico border. He teaches immigration law, as an adjunct professor, at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School and is a Clinical Director at the AJMLS Immigration Clinic located at Catholic Charities Atlanta.
In this episode you will hear:
- His view on the security of the US / Mexican boarder
- How discrimination has driven Immigration law development
- Chinese Exclusion acts
- How Congress developed power over immigration (and what the courts can and can’t do)
- Other interesting turning points in US Immigration
- Where Immigration may be heading in the near future
Joe also shares with us:
- Business Advice: Treat your clients well and be responsive
- His personal habits that attributes to his success: Working hard and perseverance
- Parting Thoughts: Immigrants often display the highest degree of US Nationalism
- A short excerpt from President Obama’s announcement to take executive action on Immigration
- “The Star-Spangled Banner” by Chase Holfelder
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Lenni Benson says
Thank you Joe for mentioning my work to try to recruit and train pro bono attorneys to provide representation to child migrants. Just one short note, I am at New York Law School not NYU. Our law school is less well known but over 115 years old.
For people who want to learn more about representing children visit: http://www.safepassageproject.org.
Mark Deal says
Thank you for the correction Lenni. My wife actually went to New York Law School. Thanks for listening to the show!