Saturday, August 21, 2010

A Guide for Immigration Advocates

From the Immigrant Legal Resoource Center:

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A Guide for Immigration Advocates is a practical and essential tool for beginning immigration attorneys, immigration law firms employing paralegals, and non-profit community based organizations.

This resource is unique among immigration law manuals because it is a comprehensive detailed overview of immigration law that is both practical and easy to use. Instead of merely containing articles on immigration law topics, the Guide is a how-to manual, containing clearly worded explanations of each subject. It also includes sample applications, charts, and practical advice on working with your clients to elicit the information you need, in order to assist them efficiently and accurately.

A comprehensive A-to-Z tool that covers the basics of immigration law: family visa petitions, relief from removal, political asylum, bonds and detention, grounds of deportability and inadmissibility, removal proceedings, and constitutional and statutory rights of immigrants. It also addresses the division of labor within the Department of Homeland Security, contains an expanded discussion of U, K, and V visas, includes recent changes to consular processing, and provides an explanation of the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA), Legal Immigration Family Equity (LIFE) Act, the Child Citizenship Act, VAWA self-petitioning provisions, and more.


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