Immigration Law Under President Trump
St. Francis College welcomed immigration law attorney Susan Henner on March 9, 2017 to discuss what's really happening in the courts and and on the ground since President Trump signed his travel executive orders.
Henner is a professor at New York Law School in the Safe Passage Program, a program that secures lawyers for unaccompanied minors.
She practices exclusively within the field of immigration law, and handles immigration cases ranging from business-related matters and visa petitions to deportation cases. While much of her work focuses on securing temporary visas, permanent residence and citizenship, Ms. Henner has also saved hundreds of clients from deportation. She is experienced in handling family-based immigration cases as well as criminal immigration matters. She works frequently within immigration law to assist employers and agents to obtain Artist, Athletic, and Entertainment Visas for their clients, to help Special Immigrant Juveniles, to represent persons seeking Asylum and Cancellation of Removal, and those facing criminal immigration issues. Susan is also a Board Member and serves as the Vice President of the non-profit Safe Passage Project Corporation, and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
The lecture was organized by St. Francis College Criminal Justice and Sociology Professor Emily Horowitz as part of the Spring 2017 Senior Citizen Lecture Series.