Description - United States Immigration Law by Jeffrey A. Helewitz
For courses in Immigration Law. This text provides a thorough discussion of the ins and outs of immigration law, illustrated with cases and the major immigration forms. Coverage includes the history and administration of U.S. Immigration Law, citizenship and nationality, immigrant categories, nonimmigrant categories, admission to the United States, removal prior to entry into the United States, removal subsequent to entry into the United States, and refugees and asylum.
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(279mm x 216mm x 15mm)
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Author Biography - Jeffrey A. Helewitz
Jeffrey A. Helewitz received his JD and LLM degrees from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC; and his MBA, concentrating in finance, from New York University. After working for the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, Mr. Helewitz now serves as a consultant to small businesses in New York. Mr. Helewitz is an adjunct professor of paralegal studies at various paralegal schools in the New York area, as well as an adjunct professor of law at C.U.N.Y School of Law. United States Immigration Law is the author's seventh textbook.