Immigration Made Simple: An Easy to Read Guide to the U. S. Immigration Process

Immigration Made Simple: An Easy to Read Guide to the U. S. Immigration Process

by Barbara Brooks Kimmel, Alan M. Lubiner
     
 

In the past two years, sweeping changes in U.S. immigration regulations have affected nearly every visa category, both temporary and permanent, and the number of people entitled to immigrate to the United States has increased by 30 percent. This new edition meets the need for accurate, easy-to-follow guidance through the immigration process, presenting information on…  See more details below

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In the past two years, sweeping changes in U.S. immigration regulations have affected nearly every visa category, both temporary and permanent, and the number of people entitled to immigrate to the United States has increased by 30 percent. This new edition meets the need for accurate, easy-to-follow guidance through the immigration process, presenting information on all employment categories and types of visas. Instructions for employers; a question-and-answer chapter; sample forms, addresses, and telephone numbers of Immigration and Labor Department offices; and a directory of immigration lawyers is included. Barbara Brooks Kimmel is a veteran consultant on immigration and coauthor of Citizenship Made Simple. She lives in Chester, New Jersey. Alan M. Lubiner is an attorney specializing in immigration law and coauthor of Citizenship Made Simple. He lives in Scotch Plains, New Jersey.

Editorial Reviews

Library Journal
There have been profound changes in the immigration laws and regulations since President Bush signed the Immigration Act of 1990. This book, now in its revised fourth edition, reports on the changes with particular emphasis on visa categories. The authors, immigration lawyers, begin with a series of definitions and follow with information on obtaining the most common temporary and permanent visas. There are sample forms, a directory of immigration lawyers, and a list of INS regional offices. There is also good coverage of the impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Immigration procedures are complicated, and Kimmel and Lubiner provide clear and methodical explanations. A necessary purchase for most public libraries.Joan Pedzich, Harris, Beach & Wilcox, Rochester, NY

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780962600326
Publisher:
Next Decade, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/15/1996
Pages:
150
Product dimensions:
8.44(w) x 10.95(h) x 0.39(d)

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