Immigration Law & the Military, 3rd ed. Immigration Law & the Military, 3rd ed.

Immigration Law & the Military, 3rd ed.

Immigration Law & the Military, 3rd ed. (Print)
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05/31/2022
$181.00
Immigration Law & the Military, 3rd ed. (eBook)
This item is a preorder
05/31/2022
$181.00
Release Date: 05/31/2022
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Print* TBD 978-1-57370-514-1
eBook TBD 978-1-57370-515-2

In the third edition of Immigration Law & the Military, author Margaret Stock updates topics such as:

  • Naturalization for military members and veterans;
  • Parole in place for military and veteran family members;
  • Noncitizen eligibility for military enlistment;
  • MAVNI program changes;
  • Dual citizenship and military service.

Immigration Law & the Military will give you the tools to tackle issues such as:

  • How to properly complete Form N-426;
  • How to claim parole in place for persons in removal proceedings;
  • How to apply for military-related deferred action;
  • How to counsel someone who wants to enlist in the U.S. military.

In addition to the above topics, this publication explores common military-related issues through real case examples and provides information on special resources available to military personnel and their family members. Confidently handle immigration cases for military personnel and their families with the help of a top expert in the field. Order your copy today!


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Margaret Stock focuses her practice on immigration and citizenship law. She is a nationally known expert on immigration and national security laws and has testified regularly before Congressional committees on immigration, homeland security, and military matters. As a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Military Police, U.S. Army Reserve, Margaret has extensive experience with U.S. military issues. She has also worked as a professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and as an adjunct instructor at the University of Alaska. Margaret has served on the board of the Federal Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section and is a former member of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Immigration. In 2013, she was named a MacArthur Foundation Fellow (“genius grant” recipient) by the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.