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The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is the national association of more than 15,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law.
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US Citizenship & Immigration Services
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services administers the nation’s lawful immigration system, safeguarding its integrity and promise by efficiently and fairly adjudicating requests for immigration benefits while protecting Americans, securing the homeland, and honoring our values.
Immigration Law and Procedure in a Nutshell by
Call Number: KF4819.85 .W45 2017
Publication Date: 2017-06-22
[This title offers an] overview of the history, constitutional basis, statutory structure, regulatory provisions, administrative procedure, and ethical principles related to immigration law and practice. Updated to reflect developments since the 2016 Presidential election.
U. S. Immigration Made Easy by
Publication Date: 2015-01-26
Ready to move to the USA? Here's the insider's guide you need! Want to live, work or travel in the United States? U.S. Immigration Made Easy has helped tens of thousands of people get a visa, green card or other immigration status. You'll learn: whether you and your family quilify for a short-term visa, permanent U.S. residence or protection from deportation how to obtain, fill out and submit the necessary forms and documents insider tips on dealing with delays, denials and bureaucratic officials strategies for overcoming low income and other immigration barriers where to find the latest forms online and more U.S. Immigration Made Easy provides detailed descriptions of application processes. There's also an immigration eligibility self-quiz, which helps you match your background and skills to a likely category of visa or green card--and avoid traps that might destroy your chances. The 17th edition is thoroughly updated and revised to cover recent legal and fee changes including new rights for same-sex couples and new opportunities expected based on President Obama's 2014 Executive Order. It also includes new chapters on deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA), the U Visa and other humanitarian remedies.
Encyclopedia of American Immigration by
Publication Date: 2010-03-12
Designed and written to be understood by high school students and college undergraduates, this set addresses questions about immigration that students might be expected to ask: where immigrants have come from; how they have adapted to their new homeland; how they have contributed to American culture; and how American immigration has fit into worldwide migration patterns.
U. S. Immigration and Citizenship by
Publication Date: 2004-11-01
Researched and written by a top immigration lawyer, here's the complete reference for anyone needing the most recent information to immigrate legally to the United States, including instructions for registering visas, green cards, citizenship and more.
How to Becoming a U. S. Citizen by
Publication Date: 1998-01-01
Whether you're a temporary resident of the United States or a legal immigrant, this valuable guide explains all the steps necessary to become a U.S. citizen. Packed with information on all the latest laws and regulations, it will tell you what the rules are, what forms you need, and how to pass the citizenship test. You'll get answers to these important questions: -- How do I get a permanent visa? -- What do I need to do to get a green card? -- What if I marry a citizen? -- What is the immigration lottery? -- Should I take the written or oral test?
Standing Up to ICE: How Young People are Protesting for a Fairer America
In 2017, there were 10.5 million undocumented immigrants living in America: people who entered the country illegally; or who stayed after their work visas ran out. For them, The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is all too real. In this video series we will discuss the young men and women utilizing the First Amendment to fight for immigrants and against the ICE.
America: Nation of Immigrants
Here in America, the debate around immigration is getting louder and more polarised. Some people think we should close our borders to almost everyone, whereas others believe that shutting out the world is hypocritical because America has always been a nation of immigrants. In this video, let's talk all about that while providing some additional insight along the way.
Statue of Liberty
Did you know? Immigrants have helped build America from the ground up. This symbol of freedom and democracy, the Statue of Liberty has been welcoming immigrants and visitors to New York Harbour since 1875. However, France offered to build the monumental statue, America agreed to construct the base but things didn’t quite go according to plan!
The Hidden Workforce: Undocumented in America
Many Americans will not do the type of work that illegal aliens complete. The federal government estimates 12 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States.
Our Immigration Conversation Is Broken
How did the US immigration debate get to be so divisive? In this informative talk, historian and writer Paul A. Kramer shows how an "insider vs. outsider" framing has come to dominate the way people in the US talk about immigration -- and suggests a set of new questions that could reshape the conversation around whose life, rights and thriving matters.