Levin College of Law

Course Number: LAW 6296 Credits: 2

The class is intended to provide a foundation of the US immigration law and the intricacies of the immigration law practice. This course will consider the historical and legal foundations of U.S. immigration law as well as key constitutional and process issues. It will address a number of areas of immigration law including immigrant and non immigrant visa classifications, roles of various federal agencies, grounds of inadmissibility, criminal immigration provisions, detention and removal, refugee and asylum, and U.S. citizenship.