CreatorDavid Weissbrodt (Regents Professor of Law and Fredrikson & Byron Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School), Laura Danielson (Immigration Group Chair, Fredrikson & Byron P.A., and adjunct professor of law, University of Minnesota Law School), Howard S. (Sam) Myers III (Myers Thompson P.A., and Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School)
History of U.S. immigration law and policy -- The source and scope of the federal power to regulate immigration and naturalization -- Administrative structure of immigration law -- The congressional role in the immigration process -- Immigrants -- Nonimmigrant visitors and temporary workers -- Nonimmigrant students -- Grounds of inadmissibility and removal -- Removal proceedings and relief from removal -- Refugees and asylum -- International law issues related to immigration -- Citizenship -- The rights of non-citizens in the United States -- Criminal aspects of immigration -- Ethical dimensions of immigration practice -- Conclusion -- Bibliography
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