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Immigration Law (LAWS 5733)

Course Info

The course is dedicated to the study of visas for visitors and aliens of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, or entertainment. Course materials will be drawn from Legomsky's Immigration and Refugee Law and Policy, the Immigration and Nationality Act, and Title 8 (CFR). Students will be required to write a paper or prepare a visa petition.

Instructors

Stacy Cozart Martin is an expert on business and family-related immigration, specifically working with employment-based permanent residency, Labor Certification Applications (PERM), J-1 waivers, H-2 visas, family-based green cards, and i-9 compliance and audits for employers.

 

Scott Bratton is a Partner at Margaret W. Wong and Associates LLC, and is the head of the Litigation and Removal Department. His practice includes removal defense, political asylum, federal litigation, Ohio and federal criminal defense, naturalization, and assistance in business and employment-based visas.

Syllabus

The syllabus for your course is available on Canvas.

Textbook

Study Aids

These study aids are available online.  Please click the hyperlinked title to view them. For instructions on how to use the specific platforms, including troubleshooting, please view Andy Dorchak's Study Aids Research Guide.

CALI

Computer-Aided Legal Instruction (CALI) requires an authorization code to use. If you do not have a CALI account, please contact Kieran Layton or the reference desk for assistance.

CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) Researching Immigration Law lesson

Quimbee

If you have not registered your Quimbee account, please contact Kieran Layton or the reference desk for assistance.

Quimbee Immigration Law materials