Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A PEOPLE'S GUIDE TO U.S. IMMIGRATION LAW

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Irene Scharf (U Mass-Dartmouth) has published A PEOPLE'S GUIDE TO U.S. IMMIGRATION LAW. It is  under 100 pages with an intended audience of immigrants, their families and friends, law students, and lawyers trying to get a quick sense of the key issues.   

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Arriving In The United States

Chapter 2: Consequences Of Entering Without Inspection (EWI) Chapter

3: Non-Immigrants

Chapter 4: Immigrants

Chapter 5: What are my Rights? When Can I...?

Chapter 6. Police Raids & Searches, Worksite Raids, And Rights Of Detainees

Chapter 7. Avoiding Deportation -- What To Do And Say In Deportation Hearings

Chapter 8: Avoiding Immigration Problems Altogether -- Naturalizing

Chapter 9: Appealing Cases

Chapter 10. Lengthy And Indefinite Detention

Terminology

KJ

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