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- This is the area of law governing the right of non-EU citizens to residence in the UK.
- Immigration law refers to national government policies which control the phenomenon of immigration to their country.
- Nationality law is the branch of law concerned with the questions of nationality and citizenship, and how these statuses are acquired, transmitted, or lost. By custom, a state has the right to determine who its nationals and citizens are.
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Understanding Immigration Law
Understanding Immigration Law lays out the basics of U.S. immigration law in an accessible way to newcomers to the field. It offers background about the intellectual, historical, and constitutional foundations of U.S. immigration law. The book also identifies the factors that have historically fueled migration to the United States, including the economic ""pull"" of jobs and family in the United States and the ""push"" of economic hardship, political instability, and other facts of life in the sending country. In the middle chapters, the authors provide a capsule summary of the law concerning the admissions and removal procedures and criteria in the Immigration and Nationality Act. The book ends with a chapter speculating about the future of U.S. immigration law and the challenges and opportunities facing the nation.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of U.S. immigration law. It has been designed to supplement the most widely adopted immigration law casebooks.
The Arizona Law Suit - The Loss of State's Sovereignty - The New Order
The southern borders of the United States are dangerously porous and unguarded in many wide areas... which is an open invitation for anyone to reign terror in the United States. The Federal Government is not protecting its citizens. The law suit against Arizona is wrong on so many levels.... It does nothing to protect or secure the Borders. It wastes both Federal and State Funds that actually could be used elsewhere. It infringes on State sovereignty. If allowed.... the States... Not Just Arizona, but All States... will have no Voice in How the Federal Government Changes and Corrupts the meaning and Intentions of the Laws - and Freedoms that we have. The Awesome thing about the Powers of any branch of the United States.. are all the many checks and balances that are incorporated into the Constitution. And the States are themselves one of the many checks and balances to the Powers of the Federal Government... one that President Obama wants to take away. Laws Can be corrupted and changed by appointments to positions and by irresponsible, and ill-informed voters.. and by neglecting the laws as well. Obama wants Votes.. and he may get them through pandering to Mexican sectors for his stance on illegal immigration, and for his lack of enforcing the Federal Laws concerning them. The Race issue truly just muddies up the deeper issues... And there is a good possibility that was intentionally done by Obama and his Administration. Federal Government, under President Obama, wants to change the ability for the States to have any say-so in the laws that the Federal Government wants to ignore enforcing, and thereby cultivate the landscape with Laws corrupted by neglect. And combined together: That neglect of laws to woo Mexican Nationals... And the Law suit which is attempting to manipulate laws to a point where We will have no Voice, and no Choice, in how much Power the Federal Government has over any of us.... Is extremely Dangerous and is leaving the border States wide open to Terrorists attacks. The Car-Bombs which is a signature of al-Qaeda are now being used by the Mexican Drug cartels just south of our borders. If Obama wins the suits against Arizona... the States will have no choice in the matter... and then, can a Dirty-Nuke be far behind? The Federal Government should be Securing our borders... not involved in a power play trying to claim Divine power over all states rights to protect it citizens.... which the Federal Government has failed, and continues to fail to do.
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Richard Kurland, Immigration lawyer, Kurland & Tobe, National Immigration Law Offices (Lexbase) Lexbase has provided the public with well over 200 original national news stories. Richard Kurland is the Editor-in-Chief of Lexbase, from 1989 to present.
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Immigration Law for ParalegalsA is an indispensable and practical guide on U.S. immigration, citizenship and visa procedures for instructing and training students or anyone interested in a career as an immigration paralegal or legal assistant. The new edition has a new chapter on court litigation which also includes writs of mandamus and habeas corpus with federal courts. All forms have been updated, including the G-28. A new chapter covers representation of clients before DHS agencies, such as Request for Evidence before USCIS, deferred inspection before CBP, employer compliance (e-verify) before ICE and H1B and L1A audits. The book also expands on certain topics such as H2Bs, EB2s, and regional centers for the EB5 category. New information on the Cuban Adjustment Act is also included plus the new test and standards for the current naturalization process. Contents of Immigration Law for Paralegals include: interviewing, gathering information, case management and document preparation techniques; analysis of temporary and permanent employment visas; analysis of family-based petitions, political asylum and naturalization; as well as samples of completed applications, a glossary of terms and useful appendices. Each visa category is set forth in a clear and concise manner, with real-life and hypothetical situations at the end of each chapter, allowing students to visualize actual problems and issues that arise when processing a case. Further, in responding to the hypothetical situations, students will look to the United States immigration statutes, rules and regulations and precedent and administrative policies to resolve issues. Additionally, each section contains a completed sample application, definition of legal terms, and exercises modeled after tasks paralegals may encounter on the job, including the preparation of relative petitions (Form I-130) and the adjustment of a status package (Forms I-485, G-325A, I-131, I-765, I-864A, and G-28). In keeping with the concise format of each chapter, excerpts from Federal, AAO, and BIA decisions will be cited or footnoted where relevant. The Glossary and Appendices include Immigration Law resources; USCIS Local, Regional and Service Center addresses; questions and answers for the naturalization exam; blank USCIS forms; Credential Evaluation sample request forms and a list of agencies; sample USCIS color photograph specifications, sample medical form (I-688); and IRS Individual Tax ID Number Request (SS-4).