Fixing Trump Executive Order’s Legal Problems Is No Easy Task

Fixing Trump Executive Order’s Legal Problems Is No Easy Task

Trump has hinted at re-releasing his travel ban, but what would it take to get a new Executive Order through the courts?

Bloomberg interviewed several legal experts on their views regarding what changes the Trump administration would have to make to successfully revise the travel ban.

https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2017-02-11/fixing-trump-executive-order-s-legal-problems-is-no-easy-task

5 Questions After Hearing The Oral Arguments Over Trump’s Travel Ban

5 Questions After Hearing The Oral Arguments Over Trump’s Travel Ban

You don’t have to be a lawyer to be engaged in some of the bigger issues at play in decisions surrounding Donald Trump’s “travel ban”. NPR’s The Two Way offers context to key questions that have come up as a result of the oral arguments in the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals this week.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/02/08/514127815/5-questions-after-hearing-the-oral-arguments-over-trumps-travel-ban

Trump, tech tycoons talk overhaul of H1B visas

Trump, tech tycoons talk overhaul of H1B visas

Recently, Reuters published a story analyzing our current H-1B visa system and changes Trump may wish to make. I weighed in on what would be necessary for the changes to take place.

While Trump could initiate some changes to the visa program with executive action, significant shifts would likely need to go through a lengthy formal rule-making process, said Stephen Yale-Loehr, an immigration expert at Cornell Law School. Major changes would likely be subject to court challenges, he said.

Other reforms, like changing the visa cap or offering more green cards to high-tech workers, could require Congressional action, Yale-Loehr said.

Read the full Reuters article.