Course Description

This course examines fundamental issues in immigration law within the U.S., including inadmissibility and deportability, relief from removal, asylum and refugee status, citizenship, and nonimmigrant and immigrant visas. The course will focus on immigrants and the different categories of non-immigrants and the various laws that must be followed to visit the U.S. from abroad or gain permanent resident status. Students will review and discuss the various forms that are used in the immigration process. Students will gain a better understanding of the vocabulary often used in immigration cases, and learn how to prepare various types of immigration forms, and develop an understanding of how to deal with the immigration client.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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