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A People's Guide to U.S. Immigration Law by…

A People's Guide to U.S. Immigration Law

by Esq. Irene Scharf

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 057805163X, Paperback)

This easy-to-read book will help immigrants and their families, law students, even lawyers new to immigration law. It offers straight-forward answers to important questions about arriving; entering without inspection; distinguishing non-immigrants from immigrants; accessing public benefits; protecting rights at work, school, and during policy raids; working with lawyers; representing yourself; naturalizing; appealing cases; dealing with lengthy detention; and more.

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