5 edition of Immigration consequences of criminal activity found in the catalog.
Immigration consequences of criminal activity
Mary E. Kramer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Mary E. Kramer.|
|Contributions||American Immigration Lawyers Association.|
|LC Classifications||KF4819 .K73 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, 6th Edition Testimonials “I’ve represented foreign-born defendants charged with major international crimes for three decades and I only have three books on my shelf: the Federal Statutes, the Sentencing Guidelines, and . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxiv, pages: illustrations, forms ; 26 cm: Contents: An overview of basic immigration terms and the immigration law system --The definition of 'conviction' according to immigration law --Consequences of criminal activity: removal from the United States --Consequences of criminal activity: .
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The passage of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRAIRA) in made the immigration consequences of criminal activity far more extensive and draconian than at any time in our nation’s history. Mary Kramer is the national “Authority” in criminal immigration law. [Her book] provides the knowledge and information required of an advocate whose practice involves clients who are facing immigration consequences arising from criminal action. Kramer’s book must be a part of every criminal defense and immigration lawyer’s library.
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Kramer. Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity: A Guide to Representing Foreign-Born Defendants by Mary E. Kramer is your one volume resource for staying up to date on these and many other changes. It provides a thoughtful analysis of federal case law and an easy-to-follow discussion of the most important issues in criminal-immigration : Mary E.
Kramer. Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity: A Guide to Representing Foreign-Born Defendants by Mary E. Kramer is your one-volume resource for understanding how the courts and immigration agencies will treat non-American citizens convicted or even suspected of crime.
It provides a thoughtful analysis of all the ways criminal activity will impact applications for visas. The immigration consequences of criminal activity may be grouped into the two broad categories of “inadmissibility” and “deportability.” Criminal conduct may also affect an alien’s eligibility for either voluntary departure or discretionary relief from removal/deportation.
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Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity Congressional Research Service 1 ongress’s power to establish rules for the admission of non-U.S. nationals (aliens1) has long been viewed as plenary.2 In the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended,3 Congress has specified various grounds for the exclusion or removal of aliens, includingFile Size: KB.
QUICK REFERENCE CHART For Determining Key Immigration Consequences Of Selected California Offenses1 January For suggestions or questions about the Chart, write [email protected] and see endnote 1. DEFINITION OF TERMS USC, LPR, Undocumented. In these materials, a United States citizen is referred to as a USC, a.
Immigration is an area of practice with very high levels of complexity and consequences, and in no part of that practice is this more evident than when analyzing and responding to the collateral immigration consequences of criminal activity. Criminal defense attorneys must be able to foresee the potential consequences to any client who is not a U.S.
citizen. Will potential. This report discusses the potential immigration consequences of criminal activity. “Criminal activity” generally refers to conduct for which an alien has been found or plead guilty before a court of law, though in limited circumstances consequences may attach to the commission of a crime or admission of acts constituting the essential elements of a : Michael John Garcia, Larry M.
Eig. Immigration laws are Federal Laws where the letter of the law reigns supreme with no room for interpretation or what I call “slush factor." If a person has committed a criminal act or is convicted of a crime and is not a United States Citizen, the immigration consequences of criminal activity can be extremely harsh.
Immigration Consequences of Crimes Summary Checklist CRIMINAL BARS ON (c) WAIVER OF CRIMINAL INADMISSIBILITY based on humanitarian purposes, family unity, or public interest (only for persons who have asylum or refugee status) DHS reason to believe that the individual is a drug trafficker Violent or dangerous crime is a presumptive bar.
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Kramer. THE IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES OF CRIMINAL AcTIVITY* A. Introduction The U.S. government may try to deport you' if you are an alien with a criminal record or if you are in the country unlawfully. Keep in mind that some but not all convicted criminals who are aliens are subject to deportation.
The government must prove by a fairlyAuthor: Genevieve Hebert Fajardo, Lorelei Ritchie. immigration consequences of criminal activity included P.L.providing certain relief from inadmissibility to members of the African National Congress; P.L.
making persons who have engaged in the recruitment of child soldiers in violation of federal law inadmissible. Enacted legislation modifying the immigration consequences of criminal activity included P.L.
providing certain relief from inadmissibility to members of the African National Congress; P.L. making persons who have engaged in the recruitment of child soldiers in violation of federal law inadmissible, deportable and ineligible.
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Kramer is extremely knowledgeable and her book provides very practical advice. Additionally, criminal conduct is a key disqualifying factor under the character requirement for naturalization.
Immigration reform will likely be an issue in the th Congress, and legislative proposals may contain provisions modifying the immigration consequences of criminal activity.
introduction to immigration consequences of criminal convictions, and as a resource for future reference when specific issues arise. The opening section provides an overview of the removal process and an introduction to relevant immigration terminology.
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