In this episode of Immigration Uncovered, host James Pittman dives deep into the world of immigration law and enforcement with Dr. Austin Kocher, a research assistant professor and former law enforcement officer. Dr. Kocher's unique perspective as an academic geographer and his personal experience during 9/11 offers key insights into the complex factors that shape migration patterns. They discuss the role of space and place in understanding immigration processes, the impact of technology on asylum seekers, and the challenges faced by undocumented children in the Special Immigrant Juvenile status program. Dr. Kocher also highlights the valuable resources available on the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) website. Join us for a thought-provoking conversation on immigration, borders, and social justice.