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Overview

Learning about Immigration Law, third edition, is the most up-to-date immigration law book available and takes into account all of the changes made in immigration law since September 11, 2001. The text offers real-life examples that make the material come alive for the student and walks the student through the entire background, process, and tools essential for a legal professionals mastery of immigration law. The text is designed for everyone from experienced legal professionals to those who have no formal knowledge of the law. This book also shows the average consumer how to help a friend, neighbor, or family member with immigration law questions or concerns. It assumes no previous knowledge and works as an instructional manual discussing immigration law. There is an Appendix A that provides American Citizenship Preparation guidelines with practice questions and an Appendix B that includes the most common forms used in immigration matters. The text also discusses new procedural and substantive laws with detailed explanations about why these laws were created in the aftermath of 9/11. The text takes a complex subject and breaks it down into simple terms. It makes the immigration law experience up-to-date, complete, and enjoyable.

Constantinos E. Scaros, Interboro Institute

Constantinos E. Scaros is an Immigration Attorney as well as the Dean of Faculties, Department Chair, Instructor, and In-house Legal Counsel at the Interboro Institute in New York City, NY.
  • Includes information on new procedural and substantive laws, and detailed explanations about why these laws were created in the aftermath of 9/11
  • A new chapter on practicing immigration law has been added that includes a detailed discussion about the debate over the unauthorized practice of law related to immigration
  • Includes review questions and hypotheticals in every chapter that are designed to test the students knowledge about immigration law
  • Provides American Citizenship Preparation guidelines with practice questions
  • Includes the most common forms used in immigration matters
  • Provides tips for the immigration legal professional
Chapter 1: Immigration Law and Policy
Chapter 2: Nonimmigrants
Chapter 3: Immigrants - Relatives
Chapter 4: Employment-Based Immigration
Chapter 5: Other Types of Immigrant Status
Chapter 6: American Citizenship
Chapter 7: Inadmissibility and Removal
Chapter 8: Refugees and Asylum
Chapter 9: Tips for the Immigration Legal Professional

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  • ISBN-10: 1133476457
  • ISBN-13: 9781133476450
  • STARTING AT $14.99

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  • ISBN-10: 141803259X
  • ISBN-13: 9781418032593
  • Bookstore Wholesale Price $86.25
  • RETAIL $114.95

"The organization is great...it is arranged in a practical, chronological manner that reflects the true immigration process...The practice questions are thorough" - Barry Chaifetz, New York Career Institute

"Best draft I have read in terms of readability, organization, and appropriateness for my students...the reading level is engaging, a good way of explaining the "whys" of immigration law and practice." - Colleen Reid, Lansing Community College

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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Learning About Immigration Law

ISBN: 9781418032593
Learning about Immigration Law, third edition, is the most up-to-date immigration law book available and takes into account all of the changes made in immigration law since September 11, 2001. The text offers real-life examples that make the material come alive for the student and walks the student through the entire background, process, and tools essential for a legal professionals mastery of immigration law. The text is designed for everyone from experienced legal professionals to those who have no formal knowledge of the law. This book also shows the average consumer how to help a friend, neighbor, or family member with immigration law questions or concerns. It assumes no previous knowledge and works as an instructional manual discussing immigration law. There is an Appendix A that provides American Citizenship Preparation guidelines with practice questions and an Appendix B that includes the most common forms used in immigration matters. The text also discusses new procedural and substantive laws with detailed explanations about why these laws were created in the aftermath of 9/11. The text takes a complex subject and breaks it down into simple terms. It makes the immigration law experience up-to-date, complete, and enjoyable.

Online Instructor's Manual

ISBN: 9781418032616

Instructor's Manual

ISBN: 9781418032609

FOR STUDENTS

Learning About Immigration Law

ISBN: 9781418032593
Learning about Immigration Law, third edition, is the most up-to-date immigration law book available and takes into account all of the changes made in immigration law since September 11, 2001. The text offers real-life examples that make the material come alive for the student and walks the student through the entire background, process, and tools essential for a legal professionals mastery of immigration law. The text is designed for everyone from experienced legal professionals to those who have no formal knowledge of the law. This book also shows the average consumer how to help a friend, neighbor, or family member with immigration law questions or concerns. It assumes no previous knowledge and works as an instructional manual discussing immigration law. There is an Appendix A that provides American Citizenship Preparation guidelines with practice questions and an Appendix B that includes the most common forms used in immigration matters. The text also discusses new procedural and substantive laws with detailed explanations about why these laws were created in the aftermath of 9/11. The text takes a complex subject and breaks it down into simple terms. It makes the immigration law experience up-to-date, complete, and enjoyable.