Immigration Law (4200)

Provides a comprehensive overview of the federal laws as well as policy affecting the ability of foreign nationals to obtain visas to enter and to lawfully remain in the U.S. Topics include the organizational structure of the different branches of government impacting on immigration laws; historical, political, and social aspects of immigration legislation; visa processing and admission requirements; removal grounds and procedures as well as waivers; relief from deportation; applications and petitions; refugees and political asylum; judicial review; and citizenship and loss thereof.

Grading: Exam

Credits: 2

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Meet Advanced Research and Writing Typically
Statutory Course

Subject Areas:
Family Law
Poverty Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Jerome B. Ingber Malinda Schmiechen

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