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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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Immigration Law and Practice: Fourth Edition
Immigration Law and Practice: Fourth Edition
For convenience, the fourth edition of this clear and practical book has been reformatted as a hardback (from its present looseleaf format). Thoroughly revised, rewritten, and updated, Immigration Law and Practice takes into account recent UK legislation (including the Borders Act 2007), rules and policies, the introduction of the new points-based system, and relevant UK case law. The book will be complemented by a full table of cases, including those heard in the European Court of Human Rights, the European Court of Justice, and the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.

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Speaker IBCPIB™ 2010 - Poorvi Chothani
Speaker IBCPIB™ 2010 - Poorvi Chothani
Poorvi is the Founder and Managing Partner of LawQuest, a general business law firm in India. Poorvi has an LL.M. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and an LL.B. from the renowned Government Law College, Mumbai. Poorvi is licensed to practice law in India and the State of New York, which enables her to practice U.S. Federal Law and NY State law. In addition, she is a registered and practicing Solicitor in England and Wales. With more than 25 years of experience in litigation, corporate and commercial law coupled with her focused, recent experience in intellectual property law and global immigration laws, Poorvi has the ability to provide holistic legal counsel to LawQuest's clients. She has worked closely with large, local and international clients, including renowned, international consulting firms, Indian and American banks and investor relations companies, multi-jurisdictional business processing companies, pharmaceutical and health product organizations to name a few, helping them achieve their business goals in India and abroad.
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The participants in the Immigration law panel pose with Dean Ammons. From left to right; Associate Professor Stephen Henderson; Associate Professor Jill E. Family; Theodore Murphy, founder of the Murphy Law Firm in West Chester, PA who specializes in immigration and nationality law; DE SBA member Ryann Buckman; Steven P. Barsamian ’76, a Philadelphia lawyer whose practice specializes in immigration law and a member of Widener Law’s Board of Overseers; Matthew I. Hirsch ’85, an adjunct professor of immigration law at Widener and a trustee of the American Immigration Council who maintains a private law practice in Wayne, PA; and Widener Law Dean Linda L. Ammons.

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Immigration Fundamentals A Guide to Law and Practice (September 2011 Edition)
Offering in-depth coverage of bedrock immigration legislation, the latest federal standards, and pivotal court decisions, PLI’s Immigration Fundamentals: A Guide to Law and Practice gives you the legal and procedural knowledge to work more efficiently and effectively with employers, aliens, nonimmigrants, refugees, naturalized citizens, and government officials.
Enhanced by advisory ”Practice Commentaries” and ready-to-use IRS forms, Immigration Fundamentals shows you how to follow all status-change procedures for employment-based immigration, family-sponsored immigration, and diversity immigration; satisfy important legal tests, such as proving ”business necessity” when hiring aliens or ”qualifying relationships” in family-sponsored immigration cases; and protect clients’ rights, whether helping aliens fight unjust removal, nonimmigrants pursue lawful entry, or employers obtain judicial review for adverse decisions.
Immigration Fundamentals also shows you how to qualify clients for relief, including legal exemptions and waivers that open immigration doors and reduce procedural headaches. And it shows how to help employers avoid legal missteps and mitigate the damage when violations are committed, by documenting good-faith compliance efforts.
Updated annually or as needed, Immigration Fundamentals is essential reading for immigration attorneys and a vital reference for any attorney and government official involved in immigration issues.

Founded in 1933, Practising Law Institute is the nation’s foremost provider of continuing legal education. PLI is a leading publisher of authoritative legal references and other information resources and offers more than 300 live and electronic programs nationally.

About the Authors
Austin T. Fragomen Jr. is a Managing Partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP in New York City. Steven C. Bell (deceased) was a New York-based attorney and senior writer and editor of Immigration Law Report.

Offering in-depth coverage of bedrock immigration legislation, the latest federal standards, and pivotal court decisions, PLI’s Immigration Fundamentals: A Guide to Law and Practice gives you the legal and procedural knowledge to work more efficiently and effectively with employers, aliens, nonimmigrants, refugees, naturalized citizens, and government officials.
Enhanced by advisory ”Practice Commentaries” and ready-to-use IRS forms, Immigration Fundamentals shows you how to follow all status-change procedures for employment-based immigration, family-sponsored immigration, and diversity immigration; satisfy important legal tests, such as proving ”business necessity” when hiring aliens or ”qualifying relationships” in family-sponsored immigration cases; and protect clients’ rights, whether helping aliens fight unjust removal, nonimmigrants pursue lawful entry, or employers obtain judicial review for adverse decisions.
Immigration Fundamentals also shows you how to qualify clients for relief, including legal exemptions and waivers that open immigration doors and reduce procedural headaches. And it shows how to help employers avoid legal missteps and mitigate the damage when violations are committed, by documenting good-faith compliance efforts.
Updated annually or as needed, Immigration Fundamentals is essential reading for immigration attorneys and a vital reference for any attorney and government official involved in immigration issues.

Founded in 1933, Practising Law Institute is the nation’s foremost provider of continuing legal education. PLI is a leading publisher of authoritative legal references and other information resources and offers more than 300 live and electronic programs nationally.

About the Authors
Austin T. Fragomen Jr. is a Managing Partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP in New York City. Steven C. Bell (deceased) was a New York-based attorney and senior writer and editor of Immigration Law Report.

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