Contents A brief history of Mexico-US migration patterns -- Federal plenary power over immigration -- The administration and enforcement of US immigration laws -- Admissions -- Inadmissibility -- Removal -- Regulating the migration of labor -- US-Mexico border enforcement -- State and local regulation of immigration -- National security and immigration law and policy -- Integration, protest, and reform
Contents Administrative structure -- Judicial review -- Constitutional framework -- Admission categories -- Grounds for inadmissibility -- Admission procedures -- Grounds for deportation -- Relief from deportation (and in some cases, inadmissibility) -- Removal process -- Asylum and refugee law, withholding of removal and convention against torture -- The intersection of criminal law and immigration law : ineffective assistance of counsel in criminal proceedings -- Issues of workplace and state-assisted enforcement
Contents 1. Introduction to asylum and the manual -- 2. Persecution and well-founded fear -- 3. Connecting persecution to the five enumerated grounds -- 4. Statutory bars to asylum, credibility and corroboration -- 5. Withholding of removal and the Convention Against Torture--6.Preparing an asylum application and working with clients --7.The affirmative asylum application--8. The defensive asylum application--Index of appendices
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