Friday, July 23, 2010

Immigrant Legal Resource Center Publications

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Hardship in Immigration Law: How to Prepare a Winning Case in Waiver & Cancellation of Removal Cases—11th Edition

$165 (Private Attys/Gov’t); $120 (Non-profit)

This uniquely useful manual, designed as a toolbox, is an essential reference tool for immigration practitioners. Practical and informative, it breaks down the elements that the BIA and federal courts have identified as relevant to claims of hardship, and demonstrates how to work with clients to elicit the information that will best present their hardship claims.

The U Visa: Obtaining Status for Immigrant Victims of Crime—2nd Edition

$150 (Private Attys/Gov’t); $115 (Non-profit)

The U Visa Manual will guide you through the entire process of handling an immigration case for a U visa applicant—from eligibility screening through adjustment of status to assisting eligible family members. In addition to providing a thorough explanation of the requirements and process, it also provides numerous sample materials to help you in handling your client’s case. These include the immigration forms you will need, sample checklists, declarations, receipt notices and other correspondence you can expect to receive from USCIS, motions to submit to the immigration court, and more.

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and Other Immigration Options for Children & Youth—3rd Edition

$175 (Private Attys/Gov’t); $115 (Non-profit)

In addition to having a special focus on Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, this manual also provides information on other immigration options for children and youth including: U Nonimmigrant Status, Violence Against Women Act protection, asylum, family-based immigration options, citizenship, and others. It also addresses specialized issues, such as working and representing child clients, immigration consequences of delinquency, and detention. The manual contains many useful items for practitioners, including sample screening intake forms, sample application forms, motions, court orders, and other papers that can be presented to the juvenile court, immigration court, and immigration authorities.   

Inadmissibility & Deportability—2nd Edition

$100 (Private Attys/Gov’t); $75 (Non-profit)

Inadmissibility & Deportability is a practical and easy to use manual for beginning immigration attorneys, paralegals, non-profit community based organizations and other advocates on the grounds of inadmissibility, deportability and waivers. Written in plain English and filled with explanatory examples, charts, tips, samples and practical suggestions, this guide covers the essential topics for representing immigrant clients.

Defending Immigrants in the Ninth Circuit—10th Edition Case Update CD-ROM

$75 (Private Attys/Gov’t); $40 (Non-profit)

Two-volume manual with Case Update CD-ROM: $300 (Private Attys/Gov’t); $260 (Non-profit)

This resource shows step-by-step how to identify, analyze, and defend against the adverse immigration consequences of charges, using a combination of user-friendly charts, summaries, and practice aids, and in-depth discussion of defense strategies. It includes extensive discussion of California offenses, including new defense strategies for assault, domestic violence, drugs, sexual crimes with minors, other commonly charged offenses, and much more.

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