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Immigration and Nationality Law

Immigration and Nationality Law Author Lenni B. Benson
ISBN-10 0327179538
Release 2013
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Immigration and Nationality Law

Immigration and Nationality Law Author Lenni B. Benson
ISBN-10 142242216X
Release 2013
Pages 1034
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Immigration and Nationality Law has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Immigration and Nationality Law also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Immigration and Nationality Law book for free.



Understanding Immigration Law

Understanding Immigration Law Author Kevin R. Johnson
ISBN-10 9780769881973
Release 2015-07-08
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The Second Edition of Understanding Immigration Law lays out the basics of U.S. immigration law in an accessible way to newcomers to the field. It offers background about the intellectual, historical, and constitutional foundations of U.S. immigration law. The eBook also identifies the factors that have historically fueled migration to the United States, including the economic "pull" of jobs and family in the United States and the "push" of economic hardship, political instability, and other facts of life in the sending country. In the middle chapters, the authors provide a capsule summary of the law concerning the admissions and removal procedures and criteria in the Immigration and Nationality Act. The book ends with a chapter speculating about the future of U.S. immigration law and the challenges and opportunities facing the nation. This eBook provides a comprehensive overview of U.S. immigration law. It has been designed to supplement the most widely adopted immigration law casebooks. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.



Immigration Law and Procedure in a Nutshell

Immigration Law and Procedure in a Nutshell Author David S. Weissbrodt
ISBN-10 0314199446
Release 2011
Pages 718
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This compact, comprehensive title offers an expert overview of the history, constitutional authority, statutory provisions, regulations, structure, procedure, administrative process, and ethical principles of immigration law and practice.



Immigration and Nationality Law

Immigration and Nationality Law Author Richard A. Boswell
ISBN-10 1594604398
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 1026
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The fourth edition of Boswell's guide to both theoretical issues and procedural rules encompasses the changes made to immigration and nationality law since its original publication. Boswell presents the important cases in a procedural context, thereby introducing the student or new practitioner to immigration law in a way that enables him or her to more easily grasp the subject matter. The book has been significantly revised since the last edition was published. The casebook incorporates case law and statutory changes through December 2009. In addition, each chapter includes problem exercises and flow charts that aid in learning this complex area of law. Immigration and Nationality Law will also include a Teacher's Manual.



Bender s Immigration and Nationality Act Service

Bender s Immigration and Nationality Act Service Author Publisher's Editorial Staff
ISBN-10 9781579110826
Release 2018-05-11
Pages 1136
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With Congress amending the Immigration and Nationality Act, it's important to keep abreast of changes in the law. You can stay current with Bender's Immigration and Nationality Act Service. It is a comprehensive, easy-to-use presentation of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended. With a subscription to this continuously updated service, you will periodially receive new files containing all the changes in the law. Footnote references indicate origin of major amendments to the Act. Notes containing the text of selected ancillary provisions of law not enacted as part of the INA are included following topically-related sections of the Act. Also includes an Appendix of selected non-INA sections of Title 8 (Aliens and Nationality), United States Code Service. A topical index facilitates easy access to desired statutory sections. Bender's Immigration and Nationality Act Service gives you the complete text of the Act set out according to its statutory title and chapter arrangement, covering: • Definitions; applicability, etc. • Immigration selection system • Qualifications for admission of aliens; travel control of citizens and aliens • Issuance of entry documents • Inspection, apprehension, examination, exclusion, and removal • Adjustment and change of status • Special provisions relating to alien crewman • Registration of aliens • General penalty provisions • Nationality at birth and by collective naturalization • Nationality through naturalization • Loss of nationality • Refugee assistance • Alien terrorist removal procedures



The Reconceptualization of European Union Citizenship

The Reconceptualization of European Union Citizenship Author Elspeth Guild
ISBN-10 9789004251526
Release 2013-01-09
Pages 424
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This book maps out, from a variety of theoretical standpoints, the challenges generated by European integration and EU citizenship for community membership, belonging and polity-making beyond the state. It does so by focusing on three main issues of relevance for how EU citizenship has developed and its capacity to challenge state sovereignty and authority as the main loci of creating and delivering rights and protection. First, it looks at the relationship between citizenship of the Union and European identity and assesses how immigration and access to nationality in the Member States impact on the development of a common European identity. Secondly, it discusses how the idea of solidarity interacts with the boundaries of EU citizenship as constructed by the entitlement and capacity of mobile citizens to enjoy equality and social rights as EU citizens. Thirdly, the book engages with issues of EU citizenship and equality as the building blocks of the EU project. By engaging with these themes, this volume provides a topical and comprehensive account of the present and future development of Union citizenship and studies the collisions between the realisation of its constructive potential and Member State autonomy.



Citizenship Today

Citizenship Today Author T. Alexander Aleinikoff
ISBN-10 9780870033384
Release 2010-11-01
Pages 424
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The forms, policies, and practices of citizenship are changing rapidly around the globe, and the meaning of these changes is the subject of deep dispute. Citizenship Today brings together leading experts in their field to define the core issues at stake in the citizenship debates. The first section investigates central trends in national citizenship policy that govern access to citizenship, the rights of aliens, and plural nationality. The following section explores how forms of citizenship and their practice are, can, and should be located within broader institutional structures. The third section examines different conceptions of citizenship as developed in the official policies of governments, the scholarly literature, and the practice of immigrants and the final part looks at the future for citizenship policy. Contributors include Rainer Bauböck (Austrian Academy of Sciences), Linda Bosniak (Rutgers University School of Law, Camden), Francis Mading Deng (Brookings Institute), Adrian Favell (University of Sussex, UK), Richard Thompson Ford (Stanford University), Vicki C. Jackson (Georgetown University Law Center), Paul Johnston (Citizenship Project), Christian Joppke (European University Institute, Florence), Karen Knop (University of Toronto), Micheline Labelle (Université du Québec à Montréal), Daniel Salée (Concordia University, Montreal), and Patrick Weil (University of Paris 1, Sorbonne)



Business Immigration Law

Business Immigration Law Author Rodney A. Malpert
ISBN-10 1588520927
Release 2000
Pages 780
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Provides pragmatic advice on the nonimmigrant work authorization, including: specialty occupations (H-1Bs); intra-company transfers from abroad (L-1); treaty traders/investors (E-1 and E-2) and more.



Immigration Islam and the Politics of Belonging in France

Immigration  Islam  and the Politics of Belonging in France Author Elaine R. Thomas
ISBN-10 9780812204117
Release 2011-11-29
Pages 328
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Over the past three decades, neither France's treatment of Muslims nor changes in French, British, and German immigration laws have confirmed multiculturalist hopes or postnationalist expectations. Yet analyses positing unified national models also fall short in explaining contemporary issues of national and cultural identity. Immigration, Islam, and the Politics of Belonging in France: A Comparative Framework presents a more productive, multifaceted view of citizenship and nationality. Political scientist Elaine R. Thomas casts new light on recent conflicts over citizenship and national identity in France, as well as such contentious policies as laws restricting Muslim headscarves. Drawing on key methods and insights of ordinary language philosophers from Austin to Wittgenstein, Thomas looks at parliamentary debates, print journalism, radio and television transcripts, official government reports, legislation, and other primary sources related to the rights and status of immigrants and their descendants. Her analysis of French discourse shows how political strategies and varied ideas of membership have intertwined in France since the late 1970s. Thomas tracks the crystallization of a restrictive but apparently consensual interpretation of French republicanism, arguing that its ideals are increasingly strained, even as they remain politically powerful. Thomas also examines issues of Islam, immigration, and culture in other settings, including Britain and Germany. Immigration, Islam, and the Politics of Belonging in France gives scholarly researchers, political observers, and human rights advocates tools for better characterizing and comparing the theoretical stakes of immigration and integration and advances our understanding of an increasingly significant aspect of ethnic and religious politics in France, Europe, and beyond.



Extraterritorial Immigration Control

Extraterritorial Immigration Control Author Bernhard Ryan
ISBN-10 9789004172333
Release 2010
Pages 449
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This work analyses the legal challenges posed by contemporary practices of extraterritorial immigration control: visas, pre-embarkation checks and the interception of irregular migrants. It examines the international law framework, and provides case-studies from Europe, Australia and the United States.



Immigration and Citizenship in Japan

Immigration and Citizenship in Japan Author Erin Aeran Chung
ISBN-10 9781139484640
Release 2010-03-31
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Japan is currently the only advanced industrial democracy with a fourth-generation immigrant problem. As other industrialized countries face the challenges of incorporating post-war immigrants, Japan continues to struggle with the incorporation of pre-war immigrants and their descendants. Whereas others have focused on international norms, domestic institutions, and recent immigration, this book argues that contemporary immigration and citizenship politics in Japan reflect the strategic interaction between state efforts to control immigration and grassroots movements by multi-generational Korean resident activists to gain rights and recognition specifically as permanently settled foreign residents of Japan. Based on in-depth interviews and fieldwork conducted in Tokyo, Kawasaki, and Osaka, this book aims to further our understanding of democratic inclusion in Japan by analyzing how those who are formally excluded from the political process voice their interests and what factors contribute to the effective representation of those interests in public debate and policy.



The Contingent Workforce

The Contingent Workforce Author Michael S. Horne
ISBN-10 1588520900
Release 2017-08-28
Pages 400
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Spanning several legal disciplines--tax, employee benefits, labor and discrimination--it explains the different types of work arrangements and their legal consequences.



A Nationality of Her Own

A Nationality of Her Own Author Candice Lewis Bredbenner
ISBN-10 0520206509
Release 1998
Pages 294
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00 In 1907, the federal government declared that any American woman marrying a foreigner had to assume the nationality of her husband, and thereby denationalized thousands of American women. This highly original study follows the dramatic variations in women's nationality rights, citizenship law, and immigration policy in the United States during the late Progressive and interwar years, placing the history and impact of "derivative citizenship" within the broad context of the women's suffrage movement. Making impressive use of primary sources, and utilizing original documents from many leading women's reform organizations, government agencies, Congressional hearings, and federal litigation involving women's naturalization and expatriation, Candice Bredbenner provides a refreshing contemporary feminist perspective on key historical, political, and legal debates relating to citizenship, nationality, political empowerment, and their implications for women's legal status in the United States. This fascinating and well-constructed account contributes profoundly to an important but little-understood aspect of the women's rights movement in twentieth-century America. In 1907, the federal government declared that any American woman marrying a foreigner had to assume the nationality of her husband, and thereby denationalized thousands of American women. This highly original study follows the dramatic variations in women's nationality rights, citizenship law, and immigration policy in the United States during the late Progressive and interwar years, placing the history and impact of "derivative citizenship" within the broad context of the women's suffrage movement. Making impressive use of primary sources, and utilizing original documents from many leading women's reform organizations, government agencies, Congressional hearings, and federal litigation involving women's naturalization and expatriation, Candice Bredbenner provides a refreshing contemporary feminist perspective on key historical, political, and legal debates relating to citizenship, nationality, political empowerment, and their implications for women's legal status in the United States. This fascinating and well-constructed account contributes profoundly to an important but little-understood aspect of the women's rights movement in twentieth-century America.



A Nation of Nations

A Nation of Nations Author Tom Gjelten
ISBN-10 9781476743875
Release 2015-09-15
Pages 416
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“An incisive look at immigration, assimilation, and national identity” (Kirkus Reviews) and the landmark immigration law that transformed the face of the nation more than fifty years ago, as told through the stories of immigrant families in one suburban county in Virginia. In the years since the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, the foreign-born population of the United States has tripled. Americans today are vastly more diverse than ever. They look different, speak different languages, practice different religions, eat different foods, and enjoy different cultures. In 1950, Fairfax County, Virginia, was ninety percent white, ten percent African-American, with a little more than one hundred families who were “other.” Currently the Anglo white population is less than fifty percent, and there are families of Asian, African, Middle Eastern, and Latin American origin living all over the county. “In A Nation of Nations, National Public Radio correspondent Tom Gjelten brings these changes to life” (The Wall Street Journal), following a few immigrants to Fairfax County over recent decades as they gradually “Americanize.” Hailing from Korea, Bolivia, and Libya, the families included illustrate common immigrant themes: friction between minorities, economic competition and entrepreneurship, and racial and cultural stereotyping. It’s been half a century since the Immigration and Nationality Act changed the landscape of America, and no book has assessed the impact or importance of this law as A Nation of Nations. With these “powerful human stories…Gjelten has produced a compelling and informative account of the impact of the 1965 reforms, one that is indispensable reading at a time when anti-immigrant demagoguery has again found its way onto the main stage of political discourse” (The Washington Post).



Hitler s American Model

Hitler s American Model Author James Q. Whitman
ISBN-10 9781400884636
Release 2017-02-14
Pages 224
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How American race law provided a blueprint for Nazi Germany Nazism triumphed in Germany during the high era of Jim Crow laws in the United States. Did the American regime of racial oppression in any way inspire the Nazis? The unsettling answer is yes. In Hitler's American Model, James Whitman presents a detailed investigation of the American impact on the notorious Nuremberg Laws, the centerpiece anti-Jewish legislation of the Nazi regime. Contrary to those who have insisted that there was no meaningful connection between American and German racial repression, Whitman demonstrates that the Nazis took a real, sustained, significant, and revealing interest in American race policies. As Whitman shows, the Nuremberg Laws were crafted in an atmosphere of considerable attention to the precedents American race laws had to offer. German praise for American practices, already found in Hitler's Mein Kampf, was continuous throughout the early 1930s, and the most radical Nazi lawyers were eager advocates of the use of American models. But while Jim Crow segregation was one aspect of American law that appealed to Nazi radicals, it was not the most consequential one. Rather, both American citizenship and antimiscegenation laws proved directly relevant to the two principal Nuremberg Laws—the Citizenship Law and the Blood Law. Whitman looks at the ultimate, ugly irony that when Nazis rejected American practices, it was sometimes not because they found them too enlightened, but too harsh. Indelibly linking American race laws to the shaping of Nazi policies in Germany, Hitler's American Model upends understandings of America's influence on racist practices in the wider world.



Migration and Citizenship

Migration and Citizenship Author Rainer Bauböck
ISBN-10 9053568883
Release 2006
Pages 129
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Citizenship is frequently invoked both as an instrument and goal of immigrant integration. Yet, in migration contexts, citizenship also marks a distinction between members and outsiders based on their different relations to particular states. A migration perspective highlights the boundaries of citizenship and political control over entry and exit as well as the fact that foreign residents remain in most countries deprived of core rights of political participation. This book summarizes current theories and empirical research on the legal status and political participation of migrants in European democracies.