This compact, comprehensive title offers an overview of the history, constitutional basis, statutory structure, regulatory provisions, administrative procedure, and ethical principles related to immigration law and practice. Coverage includes: standards and application procedures for visas; grounds for requiring an alien to depart from the U.S. and the procedures for removal and denial of admission; citizenship and the rights of aliens in the U.S.; refugee and asylum issues; and more. Immigration Law and Procedure in a Nutshell is also available online via West Academic Study Aids.
This treatise provides a comprehensive overview of immigration law. Topics covered include immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, inadmissibility grounds and waivers, asylum, removal process, enforcement against undocumented immigrants, and citizenship.
This multi-volume preeminent treatise provides a comprehensive analysis of immigration law and procedure. Included in the appendices are texts of relevant statutes, regulations, executive orders and United Nations documents, sample forms and litigation documents, and agency manuals. The treatise is in looseleaf format and is supplemented quarterly. Immigration Law and Procedure is also available online via Lexis.
This practice guide is designed to present an overall view of the structure of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 as amended and interpreted with recent statutory changes, to provide citations to numerous statutory, regulatory, judicial, and administrative authorities, and to suggest practical approaches to the practice of immigration law. Included in the appendices are agency material and forms. Updated annually.
This treatise provides an analysis of immigration law and procedures, including the process for seeking admission and gaining entry, providing or obtaining citizenship, and the granting of refugee status and asylum. Included in the appendices are texts of relevant statutes and regulations, and agency manuals and memoranda.
This treatise presents the major aspects of immigration law in the order of the progression of a typical immigration case. Among the topics discussed are the procedure for adjustment of status, the grounds for exclusion and deportability, and the various defenses to them. The treatise includes chapters on administrative and judicial appeals, petition for review before the United States Court of Appeals, and writs of habeas corpus. Supplemented twice a year.
Focused on simplifying the process of preparing and presenting immigration petitions, forms, and applications, this treatise includes sample forms for each visa category, as well as discussions of nonimmigrant visa processing, procedures at the border and post-admission issues, family-sponsored immigration, employment-based permanent residence petitions, naturalization and citizenship applications, and a number of other immigration law topics.
Detailed guidance and a wide selection of sample forms focused on the immigration concerns of corporations and other businesses. Topics covered include nonimmigrant visas for business visitors and temporary workers, labor certifications for permanent and temporary workers, permanent resident status for employment-based immigrants and investors, worksite enforcement and fraud investigations under IRCA and other programs, and tax rules for non-citizens.
This treatise analyzes aspects of immigration law and practice which pertain to the impact of criminal activity on the status of noncitizens. The treatise discusses specific aspects of criminal law and post-conviction procedures, to the extent that each intersects with relevant immigration laws or has a bearing on the representation of the noncitizen client. Extensive appendices are provided for convenient reference of the practitioner. Included in the appendices are selected statutes, forms and pleadings, and practice advisories. Published under the auspices of the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild.
This practice guide describes the process for filing and documenting a visa petition to acquire legal status through a family relationship. Special aspects of family immigration are covered, such as revoking approvals of visa petitions and rescinding permanent resident status; retaining priority dates for visa petitions despite a change in the circumstances of the petitioner; petitioning for an adopted child or an orphan; and gaining legal status for widows, widowers and fiances of United States citizens, derivative beneficiaries, and other special categories of family members.