LAW-2218 Immigration Law
Prof. Ragini Shah,
3 credits day; 3 credits evening.
A study of the immigration, nationality, and naturalization laws of the United States. The topics discussed are: the constitutional bases of the immigration power; the immigrant selection system; grounds for admissibility of aliens; grounds for removal; change of status within the United States, including refugee and asylum status; review of immigration decisions through administrative procedures, appeals, and the courts; citizenship by birth and by naturalization; revocation of naturalization and expatriation; employer penalties for hiring illegal aliens; and benefits available to aliens.
Prof. Shah requires a take home exam.
Meets International Law Concentration Requirements
Take Home Exam Required
<<Course Updated: March 11, 2016>>