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Understanding immigration law and practice
The Immigration and Nationality Law Committee publishes a variety of interesting articles and other content of relevance to the practice area. Some items are only available to Committee members via logging in after clicking on the item.
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Chetal Patel It is understandable that the way we work as immigration lawyers has changed due to Covid, and that is in some regard due to how our respective governments have handled the pandemic. Postcards from the pandemic — part two Hon Mimi Tsankov The adoption of a business-as-usual approach by immigration courts in the United States has worsened the health crisis facing the American public.
This article breaks down the most noteworthy changes and explains their practical impact for applicants, businesses and the United Kingdom in the context of a global pandemic.
The ways in which citizenship can be acquired in Nigeria Christian B Denton An article on the ways in which citizenship can be acquired in Nigeria. Canada: the evolution of electronic travel authorisations in Canada Sergio R Karas and Teresa Jiuling Li The electronic travel authorisation eTA is an entry requirement for visa-exempt foreign nationals travelling to Canada by air. While useful for reducing processing times at ports of entry, eTAs can be difficult to obtain for some travellers with past immigration history or a record of minor offences.
Victims of modern slavery are likely to be significantly affected by the Covid pandemic and the emerging social and economic pressures. Employers have responsibility to ensure that TFWs comply with all Covid related measures. It includes a summary of the current requirements on EU citizens in the UK before the end of the transition period and those arriving afterwards.
Covid an immigration update from India Poorvi Chothani and Ashwina Pinto This article briefly addresses certain key advisories issued by the Government of India to curb the spread of Covid Postcards from the pandemic — part one Hon Mimi Tsankov When the Covid pandemic closed in on the United States, instead of closing down, the US immigration courts adopted a business-as-usual approach.
This has furthered the health crisis facing the American public. Business visas in Nigeria: their use and limitations compared to required work permits Christian B Denton This article defines and outlines the use of business visas in Nigeria, how to obtain them and their limitations. Portugal: immigration and the Covid pandemic Patricia Valadas Coriel An article highlighting the major policy decisions made by Portugal in response to Covid The impact of Covid on immigration to Switzerland Anand J Pazhenkottil The rapid spread of Covid has forced the Swiss government to impose severe measures which have limited public life to a large extent and restricted immigration to Switzerland.
Since 25 March , borders have been closed for EU as well as non-EU nationals and entry into Switzerland is only possible in very limited cases. The article gives an overview of the Swiss immigration restrictions in place and explains under which circumstances entry is still permitted.
How to acquire citizenship in Uganda Lilian Keene-Mugerwa This article presents an overview of the process for acquiring citizenship in Uganda. The Constitution, which is the supreme law prescribes who can be a citizen under chapter three as amended in Uganda Citizenship and Immigration Control Act chapter 66 laws of Uganda as amended and the regulations prescribe the process for acquiring citizenship. The overall administration of citizenship in Uganda lies with the National Citizenship and Immigration Board.
These first measures are far from the promised radical rewrite of the current system and seem instead to be a rebranding exercise. Covid relief measures: immigration perspective Country-by-country comparison.
Criminal inadmissibility: cannabis and impaired driving offences Sergio R Karas Canada has legalised the use of cannabis, but has also increased penalties for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The new provisions will have a considerable impact on foreign nationals who may now be rendered criminally inadmissible to Canada. The road to Brexit and beyond The United Kingdom is now set to leave the European Union on 31 October , but what provision has been made for the three million EU citizens living in the UK and the 1.
What will the immigration landscape look like in Europe, post Brexit? This article will consider the current legal framework for acquiring and resuming Australian citizenship and the nature of the strict character requirements. His firm is committed to delivering high quality, professional immigration services to a wide variety of multinational companies. The main offices are located in Mexico City, with regional offices in Monterrey, Guadalajara and Puebla.
The pilot is focused on attracting entrepreneurs from around the world to establish businesses in regional communities outside urban areas in the province of BC. The new routes require endorsement by a Home Office-approved endorsing body. Unfortunately, most of the endorsing bodies are aimed at start-ups in the technology sector, requiring acceptance in to an accelerator or incubator programme.
The options for business in other sectors, or business which do not wish to forfeit a stake in their company, are very limited. These countries have their own immigration legislation. In this article, we will explore which of the countries is responsible for asylum seekers coming from Venezuela to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
We will argue that the Kingdom, of which the Netherlands is the largest and most influential country, should respond to the challenges that the Caribbean countries. Cannabis is now legal in Canada: what are the implications for potential immigrants? Transport of all forms of cannabis across international borders remains illegal.
However, despite his party having control of both Houses of Congress up until the midterm elections in late , no immigration legislation has been passed. But the President has been able to make a substantial impact by pushing changes that have been made via Executive Action and rulemaking. Government Order fixes the rights of UK nationals continuing to stay in France in case of hard Brexit The French government has published an order which determines the right of United Kingdom nationals continuing to stay in France after the Brexit date of 14 April , in the probable event of no exit agreement being reached between the UK and the European Union.
As a result, the Federal Council has negotiated agreements with the UK to maintain bilateral relations. Depending on the Brexit scenario, these will enter into force after Brexit or after a transition period.
This article explains the changes. Intra-Company-Transfers to Austria: how the transposal of a directive caused more harm than good - August Valentina Arnez explains this surprisingly restrictive interpretation of the Austrian rules and the ICT-Directive, which ultimately forces many third-country nationals to leave the country and which impedes the underlying purposes of the ICT Directive to be efficiently executed.
Obtaining Australian citizenship in a challenging political climate: is citizenship a privilege or a right? The Australian Government is attempting to reform citizenship laws to toughen the eligibility criteria and restrict those who can apply in an attempt to tighten national security.
Under the scheme, EU citizens and their families resident in the UK will be able to apply for immigration status to permanently remain beyond the Brexit Implementation Period, which ends on 31 December This article examines the primary components of the process, including proof of identity, eligibility and suitability.
Cross-border assignments from a Swiss immigration, social security and tax perspective - August Many companies operating on a global scale depend on the possibility of transferring their employees to other countries, so that expertise and experience are available, where needed, to ensure the whole group's success.
Such cross-border assignments can be organised in various ways, including through the posting of workers and employees who enter into an employment contract with a Swiss employer for a limited period. The former Conservative Government of Canada introduced amendments to the Citizenship Act in , many of which were highly criticised and controversial. As a result, the Liberal Party made promises during their election campaign in to undo much of what the Conservative government had implemented.
Immigration and Nationality Law newsletter September Download the Immigration and Nationality Law newsletter, September , featuring articles on Among other things, the amendments were designed to provide Danish employers with easier access to highly skilled foreign workers, with the aim of strengthening the competitive conditions for Danish companies.
Business visitor visas: still 50 shades of grey? Although visiting the UK has become a quicker and smoother process for many applicants, the legislation and accompanying guidance do not always accommodate global working patterns.
Jump to navigation. A Guide for Immigration Advocates is a practical and essential tool for beginning immigration attorneys, paralegals, DOJ accredited representatives, and nonprofit community-based organizations. The Guide is unique among immigration law resources because it provides a comprehensive detailed overview of the law that can be used in everyday practice. The Guide 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. In addition to substantive law, each unit includes information on critical books 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.
This title is also available as an eBook on Vitalsource. Ebooks are offered at different price points for six-month, twelve-month, or lifetime access periods to accommodate students' varying preferences and needs. Frequent updates of major immigration law changes are available within the professor and student resources sections. I particularly appreciate the boxes at the start of each chapter with key terms, acronyms and learning objectives. At a time when immigration law is in flux, Understanding Immigration Law and Practice offers a thorough, accessible, and practical approach to understand and apply U. S, prevent separation of and reunite families, and provide relief to foreign nationals facing removal proceedings.
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Children and families face several challenges that must be considered when supporting their well-being. The foundation of effective practice when working with these families is understanding the complex issues they may face. The resources below support child welfare professionals in expanding their understanding of children and families who have immigrated. The resource also provides contact information for State child welfare agencies, Central American and Mexican child welfare agencies, and adoption reunion registries as well as a supplement PDF - 1, KB that addresses recent changes in relevant Federal and State.
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National Immigrant Justice Center. Practising Law Institute. Immigration Advocates Network. This section collects links for individuals seeking resources directly relating to litigating immigration cases. For opportunities for non-lawyer volunteers, lawyer volunteers, and agencies requesting donations, please see our page on Immigration Volunteer Opportunities. If you are a Cornell alumnus interested in working on immigration cases with us, please email Jaclyn Kelley-Widmer at jak cornell.
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Understanding Immigration Law and Practice offers a thorough, accessible, and practical approach to understanding and putting to use U. S, and reunite families. Attuned to the sensitivity and responsibility necessary to ensuring just results in high stakes immigration cases, the authors provide readers with in-depth, information and freely offer their knowledge and insights into the complex legal issues faced by immigration clients, while proposing strategies for the professionals seeking to help them. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Wolters Kluwer. Condition: new.
A joint initiative between the American Immigration Council and AILA seeks to change the playing field for immigrants facing deportation. Learn More. This includes government actions and resources, AILA's policy recommendations, and materials and talking points to engage with Congress and the press. AILALink puts an entire immigration law library at your fingertips! Search the AILALink database for all your practice needs—statutes, regs, case law, agency guidance, publications, and more. AILA's intensive, peer-reviewed publishing program includes single-authored publications and compilations covering key immigration law topics such as asylum law and practice, employment-based immigration, litigation—in both immigration court and federal court, family-based immigration, practice management, citizenship and naturalization, and much more.
Want to make a difference—and have a lasting career—as an immigration lawyer? Keep reading for answers to frequently asked questions about this rewarding legal specialty. Does the thought of working on human rights issues excite you?