Immigration Law Handbook
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This fully updated Immigration Law Handbook is a convenient softbound volume containing the complete and updated primary law that immigration and homeland security professionals need on a daily basis. Sized and formatted as an easy desktop law reference, inside this immigration handbook you'll find the full text of the laws with cross-references, along with a table of sections affected by recent legislation, highlights of the most recent Congressional Session, and immigration classifications and charts. A comprehensive Index and tabs printed at the edges of pages help you find and apply the law quickly.
The 2019 edition ISBN is 9781522174790.
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Table of Contents
Table of Sections Affected
Immigration Law Highlights of the 2018 Congressional Session
Immigration Law Classifications and Charts
Title 5 United States Code — Government Organization and Employees (§ 552a)
Citations to Public Laws affecting or amending the Immigration And Nationality Act of 1952
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, As Amended (Complete Act, with Appendices)
Title 8 Code of Federal Regulations — Aliens and Nationality (Complete Title)
Title 22 Code of Federal Regulations — Foreign Relations (Selected Chapter)
Chapter 1— State Department (Parts 40 to 53)
Title 8 United States Code — Aliens and Nationality (§§ 1187a, 1232, 1254b, 1364-1381)
Title 18 United States Code — Crimes and Criminal Procedure (Complete Title)
Title 21 United States Code — Food and Drugs (Selected Chapter)
Chapter 13 — Drug Abuse Prevention and Control (Complete Chapter)
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (Complete Rules)
Rules for the Alien Terrorist Removal Court of the United States (Complete Rules)
Federal Rules of Evidence (Complete Rules)