The year 2021 brings with it a new administration in Washington, D.C. There will be changes to leadership at agencies such as the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Executive Office for Immigration Review. Undoubtedly there will be changes made through executive order and otherwise to US Immigration Policy. Find out about the latest immigration law changes and updates at this timely CLE webinar.
Our presenters are Professor Katie Herbert Meyer and Jaqueline Cruz Arroyo.
Professor Katie Herbert Meyer, Esq. is an Associate Professor of Practice and Director of the Immigration Law Clinic at Washington University School of Law. She previously taught Immigration Law and Policy, as an Adjunct Professor. Immediately before joining the Washington University faculty, she served as the Program Coordinator and Supervising Attorney at the Migrant and Immigrant Community Action (M.I.C.A.) Project, in St. Louis. Additionally, she served as the Legal Director at Interfaith Legal Services for Immigrants from 2005-2009. Her areas of expertise include family-based immigration, refugee and asylum law, naturalization law, removal (deportation) defense, and legal protections for immigrant victims. She has presented trainings on various aspects of immigration and refugee law and policy.
Jaqueline Cruz Arroyo is a Dept. of Justice Accredited Representative and is a staff member of the Migrant & Immigrant Community Action (MICA) Project. Jaqueline was born in Mexico and moved to the United States with her family at the age of three. She grew up in central Florida where she graduated with her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of South Florida. In 2017, Jaqueline became partially accredited through the Department of Justice and began to represent clients on immigration matters. Jaqueline draws on her own experiences and that of her community to provide quality and compassionate legal representation.