Immigration Law Pocket Field Guide
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This latest edition of the Immigration Law Pocket Field Guide from LexisNexis is an essential item in the pocket of any law enforcement professional who deals with immigration law on a regular basis. Sized to fit easily into the shirt, shoulder, or hip pocket of most uniforms, this wire-bound manual with laminated covers contains the primary law you need to do your job in an easy-to-use format with convenient charts for quick reference. Keep it with you for ready access to accurate Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Classifications, crimes with significant immigration consequences, grounds of admissibility, Nationality charts, Vienna Convention consular notification and access requirements, and more. Updated annually with the latest changes in this constantly evolving area of law, with an available subscription service so you can stay informed.
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Table of contents
TRANSITION TO DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
INTRODUCTION TO IMMIGRATION
WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRAVEL INITIATIVE (WHTI)
RELEVANT SECTIONS OF INA, U.S. CODE, & CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS
CRIMES WITH SIGNIFICANT IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES
GROUNDS OF INADMISSIBILITY
RIGHTS OF ALIENS
Suggested Fax Sheet for Notifying Consular Officers of Arrests or Detentions
Suggested Statements to Arrested or Detained Foreign Nationals
Verifying Documents Using Social Security Numbers and a Perpetual Calendar
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