A. Statutes and LegislationB. RegulationsC. Executive OrdersD. Administrative/Judicial DecisionsE. Federal Agencies
A. Immigration Facts - StatisticsB. Immigration Organization WebsitesC. Immigration Law BlogsD. Online Tutorials and Presentations
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Immigration Law Research  

A Research Guide of Selected Resources for the Immigrant & Non-Citizen Rights Clinic (INRC)
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2017 URL: http://libguides.law.cuny.edu/content.php?pid=558624 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Introduction

The LibGuide is based on a recent bibliography prepared by Professor Julie LIm, Director of the Law Library, for the Immigration & Non-Citizen Rights Clinic.  In addition, Barbara Kopp, Administrative Specialist, provided extensive technical assistance and Kristen Zapalac (J.D. Candidate of Class 2016) revised and updated the electronic resources.

*This research guide is a selection of the most relevant resources for immigration law research.  The call numbers for print sources are provided and when possible the source is hyperlinked to its website. Many of CUNY Law Library’s print sources related to immigration are in the main collection within the call number range from KF 4809 – 4836.  Other print resources are available on reserve.  Many resources are also available online through Lexis (Lexis Advance), Westlaw (WestlawNext), HeinOnline, and various U.S. government websites.  Please note that several of the resources are only available in the Law Library.  Also, Lexis and Westlaw require passwords for access.

For additional information on the holdings of CUNY School of Law Library on this topic, please check the online catalog by searching under the subject = “Emigration and Immigration Law” or subject = “Asylum, Right of -- United States.”

Please note that if there are two links, one is live and the other one is a perma link, which captures the screen of the site on that date it was done.

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