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Immigration Law 2 (Spring 2021)

This is a research guide that provides additional study aids and other tools for those who take Immigration Law course.

Immigration Law

In Immigration Law  class, you learn about the general principles of immigration law and procedure, including the federal authority to regulate immigration, removal of aliens (deportation and exclusion), administrative and judicial review, fleeing persecution (refugees, asylees, and others).

Prof. Martin

Prof. 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.