Immigration Impacts our Everyday Lives
What actually happens when an American marries someone from another country? How do foreign-born co-workers come to the U.S.? Why do we have to fill out an immigration form when we start a new job? Whether we realize it or not, immigration impacts all of us.
In the Everyday Immigration Podcast, twice a month, award-winning immigration attorney, David Wilks, speaks with people of all walks of life to explore the "everyday" impacts of immigration.
Our Host - David Wilks
Award Winning Immigration Attorney
- 2019 Joseph Minsky Young Lawyer Award for Outstanding Contributions Made as a Young Lawyer in the Field of Immigration and Nationality Law - American Immigration Lawyers Association.
- 2018 Mark T. Kenmore Mentor of the Year Award - Upstate Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Rising Star (Various Years) - Super Lawyers
- 2012 William E. McKnight Volunteer Service Award - Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County Inc.
Find out more about Dave's immigration practice here: www.millermayer.com.
Distinguished Immigration Speaker
Dave has spoken across the United States, as well as in Canada and Asia about U.S. Immigration. He has presented at the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration, the National Association of College and University Attorneys, the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers, major universities, webinars, and many more distinguished venues.
Dave's work has appeared in Bender’s Immigration Bulletin, ILW, National Law Review, NACUANotes and in various publications of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
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Recent and Upcoming Episodes
Discover the basics of U.S. immigration, and how hard it can be to make the United States your home. Victoria Coe joins us to explain how this is true even if you are married to a U.S. Citizen.
How should we determine who "merits" getting a green card. Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr joins us for a conversation about new point-based proposals to determine who will stay in the U.S.
Taking Care of Business...Students
MBA programs attract some of the brightest minds from around the world. However, MBA graduates sometimes face unique challenges in the immigration system.
Building the Next Big Thing
More than a third of Fortune 500 companies were started by immigrants, and yet there is no specific visa for entrepreneurs. Join us for a discussion of how entrepreneurs navigate immigration challenges, while bringing us some of the biggest new technologies.
Getting to Green
Obtaining a U.S. green card is the goal for many newcomers to the United States. Join us for a conversation with attorney Kristal Ozmun about how the green card process actually works.