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Free eBook Immigration and Nationality Laws: Selected Statutes, Regulations and Forms, 1999 download ISBN: 0314240284
Author: Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff,David A. Martin,Hiroshi Motomura,Alexander T. Aleinikoff
Publisher: West Academic; 1999 edition (October 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 885
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Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff, David Martin, Hiroshi Motomura. Aleinikoff, Martin, Motomura, and Fullerton's Immigration and Nationality Laws of the United States: Selected Statutes, Regulations and Forms serves as a one-stop source for information regarding federal immigration legislation. A staple in classrooms nationwide, this publication: Examines the most important federal legislation affecting immigration and naturalization Supplements any teaching materials on its subject Includes selected statutes, regulations and forms show more.

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Immigration and Nationality Laws Selected Statutes, Regulations and Forms, 1999. Statutory Supplement. Alexander T. Aleinikoff Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff David A. Martin Hiroshi Motomura. It is an ideal complement to casebooks that cover Commercial Law, Contracts, or other related topics. Emigration & Immigration, Law, Legal Reference – Law Profession. htm last update: 9/7/2019.

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Immigration and Nationality Laws book. Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff (born 1952) is a law professor and former dean at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, . He specializes in immigration policy and has written a number of books on the topic.

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This edition contains broad coverage of statutes, regulations, and uniform laws. It is an ideal complement to casebooks that cover Commercial Law, Contracts, or other related topics.
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Vudojar
This statutory supplement is useful because it contains not just the Immigration and Nationality Act, but also relevant excerpts from the CFR, treaties, and examples of state laws. For the practitioner, it also has many of the forms that are used for visa applications as well as those used for removal orders (so useful for both government immigration attorneys and private attorneys representing aliens).

The reason for so few stars: the INA is full of cross-references, and I would have loved if the editors added page numbers for them. I realize that would be a ton of editorial work, but it would also save a ton of time. Second, the page headers for reference are also too general, they only go to the first subsection. INA § 101(a), for example, is 24 pages long and has 52 sub-sub sections. But across the top of all those pages the most detail you get is 101(a). It causes a lot more flipping back and forth to orient yourself than necessary. The INA might be best utilized online, but then you can't make margin notes (necessary, given all the internal cross references) or see the section titles as easily.

Finally, I can't give this book any more stars because it is expensive and about to become obsolete. If you absolutely need it in the next 6-8 months, try to find a used one or make do with an online version. Immigration reform seems inevitable (thank goodness), and this whole book will, in all likelihood, be useless.
Akta
A handy, excellently arranged supplement containing the statutory text.
Nicearad
New and in a good condition as promised.
Karg
There is no doubt that the publishers and authors have stumbled across one of the best ways to make money in legal education. Publish a statutory supplement where you take masses of statutes that are already written and freely available. Bind them and sell them at a hugely inflated price. Then encourage professors across the nation to declare your supplement to be mandatory. Even better, publish it every year - even if nothing substantive changed, just make sure the page numbers are a little different. That way you can take out the used market too.

As was mentioned in the review above, the authors have added no useful annotation to the statutes. There's no cross-referencing, even though the INA itself is full of it. Frankly, they have done nothing to justify the cost.

When you look at other copies of the INA like The Whole Act, available for a fraction of the cost for the Kindle. (It too has problems, particularly with indexing and formatting) you'll see that it is quite possible to make a fully and usefully annotated copy of the INA available. And it can be done cheaply too. Surely the group of professors could, between them, hire some research assistants to help annotate their work? Perhaps that would cut too far into the profits?