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Immigration Law & Procedure

Comprehensive and authoritative treatise on immigration law with essential primary source materials.
Publisher: Matthew Bender
Frequency: (4 issues)
Print Book :21 volumes, loose-leaf
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Immigration Law and Procedure is a 21-Volume "Bible'' of immigration law that has been cited in over 450 federal court decisions in cases from across the U.S. circuit courts of appeals, federal district courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Authors Stephen Yale-Loehr and Ron Wada are nationally respected immigration specialists whose professional expertise has made Immigration Law & Procedure the flagship Immigration treatise. Their analysis and opinions on undecided points of law have carried considerable weight with the courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court.

Inside you'll find comprehensive, detailed treatise coverage of all aspects of immigration law, including:

• Development of the Immigration Laws;
• Institutions of Immigration Law (agencies and their operation; attorneys; rights privileges and liabilities of aliens; sanctions, discrimination, and employment authorization);
• Process of Controlling Entry Into the United States (admission process; restrictions);
• Nonimmigrants (classification, terms of admission, and procedures; separate chapters on the various classifications);
• Immigrants (classifications exempt from numerical restrictions; classifications subject to numerical restrictions; procedures for obtaining permanent residence; final steps to resident status);
• Admission, Parole, and Removal (procedure at border; grounds of exclusion/inadmissibility; waivers; removal of noncitizens; exclusion proceedings);
• Deportability/Deportation (grounds; procedure; relief from deportation);
• Nationality and Citizenship (acquisition of citizenship or nationality by or at birth; naturalization requirements, procedure, and special classes; acquisition of citizenship after birth other than by naturalization; evidence of citizenship; loss of U.S. citizenship or nationality; civil liabilities and criminal offenses);
• Judicial Review;
• Miscellaneous Matters (including taxation; international medical graduates; detention of noncitizens; damage actions against government officials; civil liabilities and criminal offenses; class actions; Canadian immigration law--permanent admission; temporary workers in Canada).

Plus essential, easily accessible primary source materials, including:

•  United Nations Documents/Treaties
•  Presidential Documents (Executive Orders, Proclamations, Determinations, etc.)
•  CBP Inspector's Field Manual
•  Federal Register Materials
•  OFLC FAQs and FAQ Rounds
•  BALCA Deskbook -- including Supplement
•  Foreign Affairs Manual -- 7 FAM Citizenship and Nationality
•  Foreign Affairs Manual -- 9 FAM Visas
•  Dept. of State Reciprocity Schedules and Civil Documents (By Country)

Subscription includes the following:
&#8226 Bender's Immigration Regulations Service - This two-volume loose leaf service contains regulations from 8 CFR (Department of Homeland Security and Department of Justice), and relevant regulations of the Departments of State, Labor, Justice, and Health and Human Services. This publication is updated on a regular basis as changes in the regulations occur.
&#8226 Bender's Immigration and Nationality Act Service - This publication contains the complete text of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as well as the text of many ancillary provisions of statutory immigration law that have not been enacted as part of the INA. Extensive footnotes provide helpful details concerning the sources of legislative amendments.
&#8226 Bender's Immigration Bulletin - Published bi-weekly, Bender's Immigration Bulletin contains articles by recognized experts and experienced practitioners in Immigration law, as well as highlights of court and administrative decisions, and reprints of valuable agency documents.

Charles Gordon (1905-1999)
Stanley Mailman (co-author from 1985 to 2011)
Stephen Yale-Loehr
Ronald Y. Wada

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Table of Contents

VOLUME 1

PART 1 OVERVIEW OF IMMIGRATION LAW

Chapter 1 General Scheme of Immigration Law

Chapter 2 The Development of the Immigration Laws

PART 2 INSTITUTIONS OF IMMIGRATION LAW

Chapter 3 Agencies, Records and Information, Fees and Forms

Chapter 4 Attorneys and Representatives/Fees/Ethics and Sanctions

Chapter 5 Voluntary Agencies

Chapter 6 Aliens’ Rights, Privileges and Liabilities

Chapter 7 Sanctions, Discrimination and Employment Authorization

PART 3 THE PROCESS OF CONTROLLING ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES

Chapter 8 Overview of the Admission Process

Chapter 9 The Constitutional Foundations of Immigration Law

Chapter 10 Persons Subject to Restrictions

Chapter 11 Territorial Applicability of Restrictions

VOLUME 2

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]

VOLUME 3

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

VOLUME 4

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]

VOLUME 5

PART 6 ADMISSION / PAROLE / REMOVAL

Chapter 60 [Reserved]

Chapter 61 Procedure at Border

Chapter 62 Parole

Chapter 63 Grounds of Exclusion/Inadmissibility; Waivers

Chapter 64 Removal of Noncitizens

Chapter 65 Exclusion Proceedings

Chapters 66—70 [Reserved]
VOLUME 6

PART 7 DEPORTABILITY / DEPORTATION

Chapter 71 Grounds for Deportation

Chapter 72 Procedure in Deportation Cases

Chapter 73 [Reserved]

Chapter 74 Relief From Deportation

Chapters 75—90 [Reserved]

VOLUME 7

PART 8 NATIONALITY AND CITIZENSHIP

Chapter 91 Survey of Nationality and Citizenship

Chapter 92 Acquisition of Citizenship or Nationality by Birth in United States, Its
Territories and Possessions

Chapter 93 Acquisition of American Citizenship or Nationality at Birth Outside the United States, Its Territories or Possessions

NATURALIZATION

Chapter 94 Overview of Naturalization

Chapter 95 Substantive Requirements for Naturalization

Chapter 96 Naturalization Procedure

Chapter 97 Naturalization of Special Classes

CITIZENSHIP

Chapter 98 Acquisition of American Citizenship After Birth Other than by Naturalization

Chapter 99 Evidence of American Citizenship

LOSS OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP OR NATIONALITY

Chapter 100 Loss of U.S. Citizenship or Nationality (Expatriation)

Chapter 101 Civil Liabilities and Criminal Offenses

Chapters 102—103[Reserved]

VOLUME 8

PART 9 JUDICIAL REVIEW

Chapter 104 Judicial Review

PART 10 MISCELLANEOUS

Chapter 105 Taxation

Chapter 106 International Medical Graduates

Chapter 107 [Reserved]

Chapter 108 Detention of Noncitizens

Chapter 109 Actions for Damages Against Government Officials

Chapter 110 [Reserved]

Chapter 111 Civil Liabilities and Criminal Offenses

Chapter 112 Class Actions

Chapter 113 Canadian Immigration Law —Permanent Admission

Chapter 114 Temporary Workers in Canada

Chapters 115—120[Reserved]

VOLUME 9

Appendix A [Reserved]

Appendix B Exhibits

VOLUME 10

United Nations Documents and Treaties

Citizenship Laws of the World

Presidential Documents

VOLUME 11

Federal Register

VOLUME 12

Selected Statutes

VOLUME 13

DOL Materials

VOLUME 14

INS Manuals

VOLUME 15

USCIS Policy Manual

USCIS Adjudicator’s Field Manual

VOLUME 16

USCIS Adjudicator’s Field Manual (cont’d)

USCIS AFM (Archive)

VOLUME 17

Foreign Affairs Manual, Volume 7, Citizenship and Nationality

Foreign Affairs Manual, Volume 9, Visas

VOLUME 18

Foreign Affairs Manual, Volume 9, Visas (continued)

VOLUME 19

Dept. of State Reciprocity Schedules and Civil Documents (By Country)

VOLUME STAR

Index

Table of Cases

Table of Statutes, Rules, and Regulations