Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, 4th Ed.
The Supreme Court and federal courts have issued incredibly important precedent decisions over the past several years that have drastically changed the immigration law landscape. Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, A Guide to Representing Foreign-Born Defendants by Mary E. Kramer is your one volume resource for providing knowledgeable and intelligent representation.
With its easy-to-read style, the fourth edition provides step-by-step analysis of the most cutting-edge issues in criminal immigration law. In addition, the author combines in depth research and analysis with everyday experience in court, USCIS, ICE, CBP and detention centers.
The Fourth Edition also provides:
- Analysis of crimes from a practical and clear-cut approach
- Dissection of the latest mandatory detention cases from the BIA
- Expanded discussion of Matter of Silva Trevino
- New section on practice tools such as FBI rap sheets, polygraphs, PACER, Accurint, and more
- New sample motions and memorandums
- Cases and analysis in crucial areas of aggravated, felony, moral turpitude, and detention and more!
Not only will AILA's Immigration Consequences provide you with an overview of criminal immigration law and a nuts and bolts discussion of how to prepare and present waivers, it will help you:
- Identify immigration classifications of the crime charged
- Identify adverse immigration consequences attached to convictions
- Identify potential forms of relief, including waivers
- Identify possible plea solutions
Whether you're looking to specialize in this area or you only have a few criminal clients, the Fourth Edition of Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity is a necessary reference for you and your client.
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