Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, 7th Ed.
Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity: A Guide to Representing Foreign-Born Defendants by Mary E. Kramer is your one volume resource for staying up to date on the changes in criminal immigration law practice. It provides a thoughtful analysis of federal case law and an easy-to-follow discussion of the most important issues in this complicated cross-section of law.
The 7th edition provides detailed and cutting-edge analysis on all areas of criminal immigration law.
Regardless of whether your practice is focused on criminal or business or any other area of immigration law practice, Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity is your go-to resource when your client has been charged with a crime.
Related Information In a two-part blog post, AILA members Mary Kramer, Michael Vastine, and Sui Chung report back on the Supreme Court oral arguments held October 2 on Sessions v. Dimaya, an important case for immigration lawyers relating to the definition of “crime of violence,” and October 3 on Jennings v. Rodriguez, an important case for immigration lawyers relating to prolonged detention. Be sure to check out the accompanying video for a clear discussion of some complex crimmigration issues.
Ratings & Reviews
All reviews will be reviewed by AILA prior to appearing on this page.
Be the first to review Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, 7th Ed.!