|Release Date: 12/31/2022|
|Volume 1: 1624 pages||978-1-57370-505-9|
|Volume 2: 1262 pages||978-1-57370-505-9|
Since the release of the first edition in 1990, Kurzban’s Immigration Law Sourcebook has been the go-to legal reference on U.S. immigration law. It cuts out lengthy explanations to provide busy legal professionals with what they need and want—comprehensive, authoritative, and concise analysis of a complicated area of law.
As U.S. immigration law has evolved over time, so has Kurzban's. It will provide you with a brief history of U.S. immigration law so you'll gain a thorough understanding of how this practice area has evolved, bring you up-to-date with expert analysis of the current state of the law, and serve as a quick reference sourcebook for citations to a multitude of cases, statutes, regulations, and more.
Kurzban’s Immigration Law Sourcebook is the first reference thousands of immigration lawyers, immigration judges, and other government officials turn to for reliable answers to both simple and complex immigration issues. It is frequently cited in other immigration resources and case decisions—including the ineffective assistance of counsel ruling in U.S. v. Juarez, 672 F.3d 381 (5th Cir. 2012), in which the court stated that Kurzban's interpretation of the statute would have provided some guidance in the area and "would have helped guide [counsel's] legal discussion…").
Whether you're a seasoned immigration lawyer, a government official charged with reviewing and deciding immigration cases, or you're just starting your immigration law career, it's imperative you have the latest edition of Kurzban’s Immigration Law Sourcebook.
The newest edition will address the changes to removal policies and humanitarian programs as well as visa programs and benefits adjudications that occurred since the publication of the last edition, including:
- New Supreme Court decisions from the 2021–22 term, most important federal cases through early October 2022, USCIS Policy Manual updates as well as relevant regulations through the end of September 2022, some of which are highlighted below
- New DACA regulations, including a definition of deferred action
- New public charge regulations
- New asylum regulations
- The EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act of 2022
- Premium processing
- Reversal of certain COVID policies
- Special Immigrant Juvenile Regulations
- Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) guidelines
- Rescission of the 2019 presidential proclamation that suspended the entry of immigrants who could not demonstrate approved health insurance coverage
- Changes in travel bans, refugee policy, public charge, asylum, and the Muslim ban
- Changes in policies regarding STEM, including USCIS’ interpretation of NIWs and STEM
- Changes in employment authorization for H-4s, Ls, and Es
- Treatment of Afghan refugees
- Changes in T-visa policies
- Duty of IJs to fully develop the record under Quintero in the 4th Circuit, which reversed Matter of W-Y-C-
- Reversal of certain AG decisions, including Matter of Castro-Tum
- Suing for damages against detention facilities
- Termination of detention facility agreements
Get the latest edition of Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook, and base your case strategies and decisions on immigration attorneys' and immigration judges' most reliable resource!