This guide provides links to primary and secondary legal sources related to immigration law. For resources related to international refugee law and country conditions research, please see: https://libguides.uchastings.edu/country-conditions
Below are a few resources available in the library that provide an introduction to this topic. Check the library catalog for additional resources.
Essentials of Immigration Law by
Call Number: Course Reserves
Offers a practical overview of the entire area of U.S. immigration law, including Labor Certification, Consular Processing, Citizenship/Naturalization, Deportation/Removal/Inadmissibility, Waivers, Asylum, Criminal Violations, Family-Based Immigration, Employment-Based Immigration, Administrative/Judicial Review
Immigration Law and Business by
Call Number: KF4819 .F7 Fourth Floor Research Alcove
Detailed citations to applicable laws, regulations, and agency memoranda on all of the key aspects of U.S. immigration law crucial to business.
Immigration Law and Crimes by
Call Number: KF4819 .I472 Fourth Floor Research Alcove
Covers categories of criminal convictions having immigration consequences; procedure, strategies, and issues involved in the representation of the noncitizen accused; analysis of all aspects of conviction or other formal contact with the criminal justice system; postconviction remedies; implications of criminal convictions for legalization, asylum, voluntary departure, and naturalization; and criminal convictions and waivers under the immigration statute.
Immigration Law and Procedure by
Call Number: KF4819.G6 Fourth Floor Research Alcove
21-Volume "Bible'' of immigration law that has been cited in over 450 federal court decisions.
Immigration Law and the Family by
Call Number: KF4819 .I477 Fourth Floor Research Alcove
Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook by
Call Number: KF4819 .K87 Fourth Floor Research Alcove
Includes a brief history of U.S. immigration law, as well as expert analysis of the current state of the law. Serves as a quick reference sourcebook for citations to a multitude of cases, statutes, regulations, and more.