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Immigration Law

Fall 2013 • LAW 610 • Credits: 3

Instructor: Michelle McKinley

Covers statutory, constitutional, and administrative law and policy issues relating to foreign nationals and their relationship with the U.S. government. Topics include laws and procedures governing people who want to enter or remain in this country, temporarily or permanently, for purposes such as work, study, investment, and family reunification or who are fleeing persecution in a foreign land. Also covers policies, procedures, grounds, and relief in deportation and exclusion proceedings where the government seeks to remove from the United States aliens who are charged with violating the immigration laws. Naturalization and citizenship are discussed.

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