Immigration Law and Procedure: Business Immigration Module
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Immigration Law & Procedure Business Immigration Module puts at your fingertips in convenient E-book format the materials from the renowned treatise Immigration Law and Procedure that are vital to immigration attorneys whose practice encompasses temporary and permanent hiring of foreign nationals, intracompany transferees, treaty traders and investors, foreign national business investors, and business visitors. Included are the analytical chapters of the treatise relevant to these matters, plus FAQs issued by the Office of Foreign Labor Certification and DOL Field Operations Handbook (Ch 71 H-1B).
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Table of contents
Immigration Law and Procedure: Business Immigration Module
Vols. 2, 3, & 4 of Immigration Law and Procedure
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 4: NONIMMIGRANTS
Chapter 12: Nonimmigrants: Classification, Terms of Admission and Procedures
Chapter 13: Diplomats and Other Officials of Foreign Governments
Chapter 14: Temporary Visitors for Business or Pleasure
Chapter 15: Aliens in Transit Through the United States
Chapter 16: Crewmembers
Chapter 17: Treaty Traders and Treaty Investors
Chapter 18: Foreign Students (Fs and Ms)
Chapter 19: Noncitizens Identified with Certain International Organizations and Their Dependents
Chapter 20: Temporary Workers
Chapter 21: Representatives of Foreign Information Media
Chapter 22: Exchange Visitors (Js and Qs)
Chapter 23: Fiancées and Fiancés of U.S. Citizens
Chapter 24: Intracompany Transferees
Chapter 25: Nonimmigrants with Extraordinary Ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business, Athletics (O)/ Athletes and Entertainers (P)
Chapter 26: Nonimmigrant Religious Workers
Chapter 27: Noncitizens Who Assist with Law Enforcement and Anti-Terrorism Efforts
Chapter 28: T, U and V Nonimmigrants
Chapter 29: Choosing the Proper Nonimmigrant Classification
Chapter 30: [Reserved]
PART 5: IMMIGRANTS
Chapter 31: Immigrants: Overview of Classification, Restrictions, and Procedures for Admission
EXEMPT FROM NUMERICAL RESTRICTIONS
Chapter 32: [Reserved]
Chapter 33: Refugees, Asylum, Withholding of/Restriction on Removal, and Convention Against Torture Relief
Chapter 34: Procedures for Refugee Admission, Asylum, Withholding of/Restriction on Removal, and CAT Relief
Chapter 35: Special Immigrants
Chapter 36: Immediate Relatives
SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL RESTRICTIONS
Chapter 37: Overview of Restricted Categories
Chapter 38: Family-Sponsored Preferences
Chapter 39: Employment-Based (EB) Immigrants
Chapter 40: Diversity Immigrants
PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING PERMANENT RESIDENCE
Chapter 41: Preliminary Visa Petition Requirements for Immediate Relatives and Family-Sponsored Preference Groups
Chapter 42: Conditional Residence for Certain Spouses and Children, and Other Limitations Imposed by 1986 Marriage Fraud Amendments
Chapter 43: Procedure for the Employment-Based Preferences: Job Offer and Labor Certification; Portability and Substitution; Petition Filing, Change of
Petitioner or Documentation, Decision and Appeal; Validity of Petition, Revocation; Priority Dates
Chapter 44: Labor Certification for Certain Immigrants Coming to Perform Labor
Chapters 45–49 [Reserved]
FINAL STEPS TO RESIDENT STATUS
Chapter 50: Overview
Chapter 51: Adjustment of Status to Permanent Residence
Chapter 52: Legalization
Chapter 53: Farmworker Legalization
Chapter 54: Registry of Lawful Entry for Noncitizens with Long Residence in the United States
Chapter 55: Immigrant Visa Processing
Chapters 56–59 [Reserved]
Office of Foreign Labor Certification FAQs
DOL Field Operations Handbook (Ch 71 H-1B)