Immigration Law (2960)

This course studies the constitutional and extra-constitutional law bases and restrictions on the power to regulate immigration into the United States. Included are substantive and procedural laws and regulations governing admission and removal of non-citizens from the United States; substantive and procedural laws governing admission of refugees and asylum seekers; and ethical issues related to the practice of immigration law and the operation of our immigration system.  Students may take either Immigration Law or LAW 6230 U.S. and Canadian Immigration Law but not both.

Course Details

  • Credits: 3