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Steel on Immigration Law, 2018-2019 ed.

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2018
ISBN: 9781539280194
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: N/A

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Steel on Immigration Law, 2018-2019 ed.


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Steel on Immigration Law presents in-depth analyses of the controlling law and required procedures in virtually every kind of case arising under immigration laws. Includes the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, as amended and interpreted to date; the changes made by the Immigration Act of 1990; the Technical Corrections Amendments Act of 1994; the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA); and the Immigration Marriage Fraud Amendment Act of 1986. The text provides comprehensive coverage of legislation and changes in the H-1B nonimmigrant temporary worker program. It also features:

  • Review of nonimmigrant categories, the process for naturalization, and revised grounds of exclusion and deportation
  • Statutory references to the United States Code Service (USCS)
  • Analysis of and citations to Federal Court and Board of Immigration appeals decisions
  • Extensive citations to the CFR, FAM Notes, INS Operating Instructions, and TAG Notes
  • Coverage of filing fees and official forms
  • Certification requirements for healthcare workers, "no benching rules" and proper payment of wages, and H-1B requirements
  • Discussion of national interest waivers and the Matter of New York State Department of Transportation decision
  • Coverage of several major interim decisions concerning the business activities of immigrant investors