Immigration LawThe course encompasses the study of the Immigration and Nationality Act and the federal agencies that administer and enforce U.S. immigration laws. Subjects include contemporary significance and policy, legislative history, non-immigrant visas, selection system and admission requirements for lawful permanent residence, processing of relative and employer petitions, political asylum and refugee admission, visa processing at U.S. consulates abroad, exclusion and deportation, and citizenship and naturalization.
Is this course open to LL.M. students? Yes
Do the credits of this course count toward the specialized program credits that students need for the International Business & Trade Law LL.M. Program? Yes
Do the credits of this course count toward the specialized program credits that students need for the International Law & Justice LL.M. Program? Yes
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|Gordon, Jennifer||Fall 2009 & Fall 2010||Download syllabus (PDF)