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Understanding immigration law and practice / Ayodele Gansallo, Esq., LLM, HIAS Pennsylvania, and Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervisor, University of Pennsylvania School of Law; Judith Bernstein-Baker, M.S.W., Esq., Former Executive Director, HIAS Pennsylvania, and Adjunct Professor, Community College Philadelphia.
New York : Wolters Kluwer, 
xlii, 753 pages ; 26 cm
Emigration and immigration law
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"This book is a primer of immigration law and practice geared towards paralegal students, law students, college students, and those new to the practice of immigration law"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Historical backround and introduction to the U.S. immigration system
Nonimmigrant visas for brief stays, studies, and cultural exchange
Nonimmigrant visas for intracompany transferees, trade and investment, and professional employment
Nonimmigrant visas for extraordinary ability, religious workers, and ancillary activities
Asylum and other related humanitarian relief
Family sponsored immigration and permanent resident status
Employment-based and self-sponsored immigration
Immigration relief for vulnerable populations
Grounds of inadmissibility and deportation
Immigration court practice and relief from removal
Citizenship and naturalization
Immigration practice and professionalism
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