A study of the law policies and procedures concerning immigration (e.g., non-citizen classifications dealing with non-immigrants and legal permanent residents) and removal (i.e., inadmissibility and deportation). Methods of statutory construction are stressed.
Immigration and Citizenship: Process and Policy (Thomson/West) and its yearly statutory and regulatory supplement.
Lecture and discussion.
Reflection papers on the outside activities and possibly papers around some hypothetical problems.
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A final essay exam is given in which students can bring with them the casebook and statutory/regulatory supplement plus their class notes and outline they prepare.
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Final exam and any required papers.
Students thinking of participating in the Immigration Law Clinic should take this course.