Immigration and Nationality Law

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Course Number:
LAW 734

Credit Hours:
2 or 3 Credit Hours

Prerequisites: RCC*. Origin, social background, and constitutional foundations of the immigration and naturalization laws; the concept and nature of citizenship and limits to the state’s right to discriminate between citizens and aliens; rights and liabilities of aliens; variations of alien status; criteria for entry, exclusion, deportation, naturalization; adjustment of status and other discretionary relief; administrative procedure, judicial review, and other recurring problems in the representation of aliens. Satisfies administrative law requirement.

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