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564 - Immigration Law (3 hours)
A survey of immigration law, including acquisition of citizenship by birth and naturalization; admission criteria and procedures; exclusion grounds; deportation grounds and procedures; relief from removal; unlawful migration; enforcement strategies; and immigration reform proposals. A key focus on the Immigration Law survey course is learning the provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Students will be assessed via an open-book final exam and statutory problems. Prerequisites or Co-requisites are Constitutional Law and Legislation and Administrative Law.