Immigration Law

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What Should Immigration Law Become?
Posted on 5 Apr 2021 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Prof. Geoffrey Hoffman, 2021 Skelton Lecture (begin at 9:48) Prof. Geoffrey Hoffman, Clinical Professor and Director, Immigration Clinic Read More

From the Bookshelf: Being Sheela, by Adithi Rao
Posted on 21 Dec 2020 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Being Sheela: The Life Journey of an Immigration Lawyer (Harper Collins 2020) "A young mother separated from her children for eight long years; a man facing deportation after being mistaken for a terrorist; a woman forced to endure domestic violence... Read More

Uninstalling Stephen Miller
Posted on 17 Dec 2020 by Daniel M. Kowalski

SAM PEAK, JONATHAN HAGGERTY, DECEMBER 17, 2020 "Stephen Miller didn’t simply leave a mess for America to clean up—he installed his ideology within a system now accustomed to buckling to his will. Uninstalling Stephen Miller will be... Read More

A Wish List for 2021
Posted on 15 Dec 2020 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Jeffrey S. Chase, Dec. 14, 2020 "To use another sports analogy, we have entered the preseason of the Biden Administration. As any sports fan knows, preseason (which generally starts five or six weeks before the real season begins) is a time for... Read More

Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Mixed Record on Immigration Law
Posted on 13 Oct 2020 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Nicole Narea, Vox, Sept. 26, 2020 "Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump’s nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, has at times proved an obstacle to the advancement of immigrant rights during... Read More

Immigration Law Webinar: March 3, 2020
Posted on 24 Feb 2020 by Daniel M. Kowalski

LexisNexis Immigration Law Reserve your seat now for a complimentary webinar from LexisNexis that walks you through some of the key issues surrounding immigration law. It’s hosted by Stephen Yale-Loehr, Professor of Immigration Law Practice... Read More

Researching Immigration Law on Lexis Advance
Posted on 24 Oct 2019 by Daniel M. Kowalski

This short YouTube video will whet your appetite for the most powerful online resource available for immigration law research. Read More

Cornell Law List of Immigrants' Rights Organizations
Posted on 12 Jul 2018 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Cornell Law School, Migration and Human Rights Program, July 2018 - " Organizations seeking non-lawyer and lawyer volunteers : The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights is training adults who want to become “child advocates”... Read More

Ebola and Immigration Law
Posted on 14 Oct 2014 by Daniel M. Kowalski

What is the law governing the arrival of citizens, green card holders, and foreigners with tourist or student visas, who might - or might not - have communicable diseases? Cyrus D. Mehta and David A. Isaacson answer those questions . It's more interesting... Read More

Experts Weigh In On Judge Weil Deposition Controversy (Updated Mar. 8, 2016)
Posted on 7 Mar 2016 by Daniel M. Kowalski

In the wake of Jerry Markon's March 5, 2016 Washington Post story ( Can a 3-year old represent herself in immigration court? This judge thinks so ), experts have responded. Here are some excerpts: Former Immigration Judge Eliza Klein writes : "No... Read More

Pub. Update: Immigration Law & Procedure (Sept. 2015)
Posted on 17 Sep 2015 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Release 150, Sept. 2015 . Not yet a subscriber? Immigration Law and Procedure is the 21-Volume "Bible'' of immigration law that has been cited in over 450 federal court decisions in cases from across the U.S. circuit courts of appeals, federal... Read More

Immigration Law: Raise Your Hand If You Understand It
Posted on 13 Feb 2014 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"These days everyone, no matter her political stripe, apparently despises U.S. immigration law. It's either too enforcement-heavy or too soft; too cruel or too generous to immigrants. But can we pause for a moment to talk about another, very... Read More

Your 2012 LexisNexis Immigration Law Catalog Now Online
Posted on 7 Sep 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Is someone hogging the catalog you received in the mail? Did you “accidentally” throw it away? Maybe it just didn’t reach your desk. Well, here’s your very own (you can share it, too). Read More

FOIA Release: The Relationship Between Prosecutorial Discretion and NTAs
Posted on 2 Jul 2013 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Prof. Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia writes: "As an outcome of research for a future report by Penn State Dickinson School of Law’s Center for Immigrants’ Rights and the American Bar Association’s Commission on Immigration on the relationship... Read More

The ACA's Impact on LPRs Residing Outside the USA: Endelman & Mehta
Posted on 31 Mar 2014 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"[U]nless the IRS provides more specific guidance, it is not clear at this time whether an LPR who takes the bona fide residence exception for purposes of shielding foreign income can also be deemed to have the minimum essential coverage. LPRs who... Read More