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Immigration Law Resources

liberty.jpgThe Federal Justice Center, the research agency of the federal court system, has recently published a new book called Immigration Law: A Primer. In this detailed book you can learn about:

  • the history of U.S. immigration laws
  • how federal courts have determined jurisdiction of immigration cases
  • the different categories noncitizens could be assigned for admission to the United States
  • grounds for deportation
There are 54 immigration courts in the U.S., one of which is in Salt Lake City. If you're interested in learning more about immigration courts, check out information on preparing for hearings before immigration court and appealing cases to the Board of Immigration Appeals.


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