College of Law

Immigration Law & Practice


Law 7245 - Fall 2011

Professor: Carolina Antonini     Class Times: R, 6:00 pm - 8:45 pm   
Syllabus: n/a |     Location: Room 230   
Course Management Site: n/a     Connect: Class Roll    

Course Description

Immigration Law and Practice. A study of the immigration, nationality, and naturalization laws of the United States. Among the topics to be discussed are: the immigrant selection system, the issuance of nonimmigrant and immigrant visas, grounds of excludability of aliens and of waiver of excludability, grounds for deportation, change of status within the United States, administrative procedures, administrative appeals, judicial review, nationality by birth and by naturalization, revocation, and naturalization and expatriation. appeals, reviewing proposed administrative decisions, and researching in preparation and support of writing appellate briefs and memoranda to the Board of Immigration Appeals in Washington, D.C. Where permissible, third-year students may present selected cases under the supervision of a staff attorney.

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