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Provides a survey of the cases, statutes, and procedures in immigration and nationality law. It is designed both for students who wish to practice immigration law, as well as those who wish to study the intersection of immigration law with criminal, employment, public benefits, and family law. The course will cover visa processing, family and employment based immigration, exclusion, deportation, asylum, refugee status, employer sanctions, administrative appeals, and judicial review. Recommended: Constitutional Law II and Administrative Law Every Other Year Course
Zimmer, Julie, "LAW9599-1.Immigration.F14.Zimmer,Julie" (2014). Syllabi. 54.