A Guide for Immigration Advocates is a practical and essential tool for beginning immigration attorneys, immigration law firms employing paralegals, DOJ accredited representatives, and nonprofit community-based organizations. The Guide is unique among immigration law manuals because it provides a comprehensive detailed overview of the law that is both practical and easy to use. More than a compilation of immigration law topic articles, it’s a how-to manual containing clearly worded explanations of each subject and includes sample applications, charts, and examples to illustrate the concepts. This invaluable resource also provides practical advice on working with your clients to elicit the information you need to assist them efficiently and accurately.
This two-volume, practical guide is ideal for advocates to use in their everyday practice. In addition to substantive law, each chapter includes information on critical books and resources for your library, Internet research, systems for identifying the potential remedies in a case, and how to manage a caseload. This book is a real time-saver for attorneys and other practitioners, whether working for a community organization or in private practice.
New in this Edition
- Updated information on public charge;
- Updated information on working with clients with criminal records;
- Discussion of new U visa BFD process;
- Policy updates in asylum and temporary protected status;
- Updated case law throughout; and
- New examples, sample forms, and resources.