Jan Ting

Temple University

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Jan Ting is Professor of Law at Temple University School of Law where he teaches immigration and citizenship law. He formerly served as Assistant Commissioner for Refugees, Asylum and Parole at the Immigration and Naturalization Service (1990-1993).

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Donald Trump threatened a ban on Muslim immigration during his campaign, and, since, his election, incidents of ethnic intimidation are on the rise.

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Donald Trump threatened a ban on Muslim immigration during his campaign, and, since, his election, incidents of ethnic intimidation are on the rise.

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