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Immigration and Nationality Law


Immigration and Nationality Law book jacket View Table of Contents and Introductory Material
ISBN978-1-5310-1132-1
e-ISBN978-1-5310-1133-8

Immigration and Nationality Law

Cases and Materials

Fifth Edition

by Richard A. Boswell

2018 $150.00 952 pp casebound

Tags: Refugee/Immigration/Border Issues Law

Electronic Teacher's Manual available

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The fifth edition of Immigration and Nationality Law provides both a practical and theoretical framework for understanding the issues and procedural rules which constitute current US immigration law. The book covers all aspects of what is commonly regarded as immigration and nationality law, covering immigrant rights, citizenship, expatriation, inadmissibility, deportability, removal, waivers, relief from removal, asylum and refugees, nonimmigrant visas, and acquisition and loss of permanent residency. All of this is approached from both a substantive and procedural context, using problems and flow charts to help the student or new practitioner to more easily grasp this complicated subject matter.

The fifth edition has been significantly revised and incorporates case law and developments through December 2017 including the Travel Ban, DACA, and sanctuary city litigation. Since the book addresses both substance and procedure, with a focus on practice as well as theory, it is an excellent text not only for students, but for practitioners and those in government agencies.

Immigration and Nationality Law also includes a dynamic Teacher’s Manual which summarizes the cases providing additional questions and problems that can be used by the instructor. 


Complimentary Copy RequestIf you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.


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