Immigration and Naturalization - Thaxton



 

Course Title

Immigration and Naturalization

Professor

Thaxton
 

First Assignment

Course Schedule 

  

Class 

Description 

Assignment 

08/25/2014

Citations and Abbreviations; Federal Agencies and Courts; Immigrants Overview.

Pages xiv–xvi; 238–49; 253–69; 272–93.

09/08/2014

Family-Based Immigration; Begin Employment-Based Immigration.

Pages 305–42; 346–56.

09/15/2014

Finish Employment-Based Immigration; Begin Nonimmigrant Visas: B visa.

Pages 357–382; 342–46; 382–85; 387–88; 394–402.

09/22/2014

Continue Nonimmigrants: H, L, E, NAFTA, O, P, F, J, K.

Pages 402 to 21; 428–51.

09/29/2014

Finish Nonimmigrants; Admission Procedures; Adjustment of Status; Expedited Processing and Security Systems; Review of Admissions Procedures.

Pages 486–506; 511–18; 521–30; 565–81.

10/06/2014

Inadmissibility.

582–614; 625–30; 644–47.

10/13/2014

Removal Procedures; Removability.

Pages 1148–1150; 1169–72; 1187–1216; 648–55.

10/20/2014

Removability continued.

Pages 648–55; 664–01;  739–45; 749–50.

10/27/2014

Relief from Removal.

Pages 750–65; 773–96.

11/03/2014

Asylum and the Convention Against Torture.

Pages 797–849.

11/10/2014

Asylum and the Convention Against Torture Continued.

Page 849–888.

 

11/17/2014

Limitations on Asylum; Convention Against Torture.

Pages 888–919.

11/24/2014

Begin Citizenship and Naturalization.

Pages 37–63; 105–27.

11/24/2014

Finish Citizenship and Naturalization.

Pages 133–61.

12/01/2014

Hypotheticals/Review.

 

 

In addition to the stated readings in the textbook, each student should review the corresponding statutes and regulations cited by the text.

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