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Immigration Fundamentals: A Guide to Law & Practice (4th Edition)

 
Author(s): Steven C. Bell, Austin T Fragomen
Practice Area: Employment, Immigration, Litigation, Pro Bono
Date: Mar 1996 i Previous editions(s) can be found in the Related Items tab.
ISBN: 9781402403965
PLI Item #: 599
“[Immigration Fundamentals is] indispensable to even the experienced attorney.”
– International Law and Trade Perspective

Offering in-depth coverage of bedrock immigration legislation, the latest federal standards, and pivotal court decisions, Immigration Fundamentals: A Guide to Law and Practice gives you the legal and procedural knowledge to work more efficiently and effectively with employers, aliens, nonimmigrants, refugees, naturalized citizens, and government officials.

Enhanced by advisory ”Practice Commentaries," Immigration Fundamentals shows you how to follow all status-change procedures for employment-based immigration, family-sponsored immigration, and diversity immigration; satisfy important legal tests, such as proving ”business necessity” when hiring aliens or ”qualifying relationships” in family-sponsored immigration cases; and protect clients’ rights, whether helping aliens fight unjust removal, nonimmigrants pursue lawful entry, or employers obtain judicial review for adverse decisions.
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