9:00 a.m., Friday, December 19, 2014
Last month, President Obama fulfilled his promise to proceed with immigration reform with or without Congress. Although one court has already declared the move “unconstitutional,” his executive order would beef up border security while easing conditions under which skilled immigrants could remain here. The order raises questions both about immigration reform and whether the executive branch can unilaterally issue such a directive. We'll examine those questions.
Alan Gordon--Alan Gordon Immigration Law, Board Certified Immigration Attorney
Mo Idlibby, Esq.--Attorney at Law, United Firm of Carolina Law
Dr. Greg Weeks-- Professor and chair of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, UNC Charlotte