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Rapid Response Briefing: June 22 Presidential Proclamation - Shared screen with speaker view
Ellen Findley
26:36
Hello, everyone! Welcome to our rapid response briefing on this week’s Presidential Proclamation. You can find the resources from today’s briefing here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NF4RUp9bei1PeZ2syasMCu8ve6TJAy5y?usp=sharing
Ellen Findley
26:55
Please message me directly if you have any technical issues, and I will do my best to help you out.
Ellen Findley
27:08
Feel free to submit your substantive questions in the Q&A.
Ellen Findley
27:20
Today’s briefing is being recorded and will be distributed afterwards.
Ellen Findley
32:41
A factsheet on the Proclamation from Professor Wadhia’s clinic: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1G7fSH6CGHZ7ne9ipiTBmXFalazFOTtBa/view?usp=sharing
Stephen Yale-Loehr
33:11
Good question. We don’t know yet. Steve
Stephen Yale-Loehr
34:49
We anticipate a proposed rule addressing that.
Ellen Findley
35:54
To aid in readability of the questions and answers, please submit your substantive questions via the Q&A feature.
Ellen Findley
37:04
For those of you just joining us, welcome! Today’s briefing is being recorded, and you can find the resources from today’s briefing, including speaker notes and slides, here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NF4RUp9bei1PeZ2syasMCu8ve6TJAy5y?usp=sharing
Ellen Findley
41:56
Professor Yale-Loehr and Dan Berger prepared an FAQ for this week’s Proclamation: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-HOcWPMeWst3hdcsKys4ii1HHWUXqKVe/view?usp=sharing
Ellen Findley
56:15
For those of you just joining us, welcome! Today’s briefing is being recorded, and you can find the resources from today’s briefing, including speaker notes and slides, here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NF4RUp9bei1PeZ2syasMCu8ve6TJAy5y?usp=sharing
Stephen Yale-Loehr
58:23
Here is confirmation via the American Immigration Lawyers Association that Canadians are exempt from the proclamation: “AILA CBP-OFO Liaison Committee has received confirmation from CBP HQ that Canadians entering as H, L or J nonimmigrants are exempt from the Presidential Proclamation issued on June 22, 2020, and effective on June 24, 2020. Guidance has been provided to local CBP ports on this issue.”
Ellen Findley
01:01:02
You can find the State Dep’t FAQs that Professor Yale-Loehr mentioned in the resource folder: We’ve posted them in the resource folder from today’s briefing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ebM5HS-u9KT8A5j8mCP_n7I3T4SRpFKN/view?usp=sharing
Ellen Findley
01:06:08
You can follow along with Jose’s talking points here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uucJOgCB9IEiks6a1cf32QzB0PI09xC1/view?usp=sharing
Stephen Yale-Loehr
01:08:03
From Michelle Stelljes: “Any predictions on the funding for USCIS and threat of upcoming furlough of 13,000 USCIS workers?” There are active negotiations with congressional staffers. However, the USCIS keeps changing how much money it needs and when. Steve
Ellen Findley
01:09:47
You can find a directory of our advocacy efforts on behalf of international students here: https://www.presidentsimmigrationalliance.org/2020/05/11/directory-of-presidents-alliance-advocacy-for-international-students-during-covid-19/
Ellen Findley
01:25:11
Thank you all so much for joining us today! We will share the recording of this briefing shortly, and you can find the resources from today’s briefing here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NF4RUp9bei1PeZ2syasMCu8ve6TJAy5y?usp=sharing
Adi Altshuler
01:26:22
how can i save the chat?
Terri Crowl
01:27:09
Adi, I just highlighted the entire panel and copy/pasted it into a Word doc.
Ellen Findley
01:27:18
You will be able to see the chat in the recording.
Madhan Arulanandam
01:28:47
Please contact me at disc@nagps.org for any help