Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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What every lawyer should know about immigration : who are the players? A selected history of immigration law and its relationship to modern immigration law and policy The source and scope of federal immigration power Ethical issues arising in the practice of immigration law Rights of aliens in the United States The basics of non-immigrant and immigrant visa processing An overview of U.S. non-immigrant visa classifications What every immigration lawyer needs to know about the H-1B visa Audits in the employment-based non-immigrant context : the labor condition application Immigration consequences of corporate changes : mergers, acquisitions, and layoffs Temporary and permanent immigration options for international medical graduates What is social security no-match and what does it mean? What every lawyer needs to know about PERM (Program Electronic Review Management Labor Certification) Immigration options for the best and brightest Maintaining lawful permanent resident status Family-based immigration law An introduction to asylum law and procedure U.S. citizenship and naturalization Immigration consequences of criminal convictions : what crimes and criminal activities can get your client into trouble What every lawyer needs to know about non-citizens and the United States military Practice before immigration courts Litigating immigration matters in federal court Creating and representing EB-5 regional centers Tax-rules for immigration law practitioners The "deserving victim" in immigration law : visas for victims of crime.
KF4819 .W52 2014
Chicago, Illinois : ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice,