Immigration Fundamentals incorporates all the major changes in immigration law
created by the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of
1966, the Personal Responsibility and Work Occupation Reconciliation Act of
1966 (Welfare Act), INS determinations, Depart of Labor guidelines, prevailing
case law, and other key decisions.
A comprehensive presentation of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended. Footnote references indicate origin of major amendments to the Act. Also includes an Appendix of selected non-INA sections of Title 8 (Aliens and Nationality), United States Code Service.
Steel on Immigration Law provides an analysis of immigration law and procedure. It discusses the basic structure of the immigration law, nonimmigrants, permanent resident status in general, family and employment-based immigration, refugees and asylees, grounds of inadmissibility, admission and exclusion procedures, removal grounds and procedures, citizenship and naturalization, and criminal and civil penalties for violations of immigration laws.
Immigration Law Service 2d, a multi-volume reference, provides a fresh, comprehensive, and current approach to today's immigration-related issues as well as hands-on guidance for tackling virtually any immigration or naturalization situation.