Immigration and Citizenship Process and Policy (American Casebook Series)

The sixth edition of this casebook continues its tradition of comprehensive analysis and coverage of immigration and citizenship. Additions and refinements include new material on the growing role of states and cities in the direct and indirect enforcement of federal immigration law, as well as a more compact treatment of asylum and the Convention Against

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The sixth edition of this casebook continues its tradition of comprehensive analysis and coverage of immigration and citizenship. Additions and refinements include new material on the growing role of states and cities in the direct and indirect enforcement of federal immigration law, as well as a more compact treatment of asylum and the Convention Against Torture in a depth suitable for an introductory course in immigration and citizenship.

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moose_angel says:

Very, Very Thorough Immigration law has changed drastically over the years, and many different events in our country’s history influenced the direction of immigration policy and public view. The laws have never been cut and dry, and the current domestic conditions always affect immigration.The authors did an incredible job of integrating history and law so that policies can be fully understood. This is one of the few casebooks where there is actually more text and author-produced material than cases…

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