Handling Immigration Cases: The Practitioner's Guide to Immigration Law by Bill Ong Hing
The practice of immigration law has changed significantly since the Amendments of 1990. This updated reference covers current law, procedures and strategy of viable asylum claims. Contains a detailed account of employment-related nonimmigrant status. Discusses visas based upon marriages and the developments related to them. Analyzes the labor certification process and the ``imputed political opinion'' concept. Contains expanded explanations of diversity and lottery visas. Completed sample forms and an itemized index assist readers with substantive and procedural issues which arise in immigration cases.