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THE PERM BOOK
Editor: Joel Stewart
This Book Has Over Nine Hundred Pages Of Information. It includes a section-by-section interpretation of the PERM rule by Joel Stewart a nd his commentary on the rule; a box-by-box discussion of Form 9089 by Joel Stewart, including a handy checklist for filing a PERM case; articles by many noted practitioners on specific topics arising from the PERM rule; essential reference materials; and Additional CD-ROM reference materials.


The Nurse Immigration Book
Editor: William A. Stock
Articles by Sylvia Boecker and many other noted practitioners

PQ: The PERM Quarterly
Editor: Joel Stewart
To stay on the top of the latest in PERM for $199 subscribe to PQ: The PERM Quarterly.

Child Status Protection Act: A Practitioner's Guide, New 2006-2007 Edition
by Charles Wheeler, Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC)
This book is an in-depth guide to all aspects of the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA). The book explains in practical terms and through hypotheticals how the CSPA applies in family-based, employment-based, DV lottery, asylum, and VAWA cases. This book covers other basic principles, such as retention of priority dates, conversion within preference categories, and avoiding age-out in situations not covered by the CSPA.

Family-based Immigration: Nuts And Bolts, New 2006-2007 Edition
Editor: Charles Wheeler, Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC)
This book is a practical guide to all aspects of family-based immigration, including immediate relatives and the preference system, application process for permanent residence, consular processing, immigrating through marriage, grounds of inadmissability, the affidavit of support, and other topics of concern to practitioners.

Relief From Removal: A Practitioner's Guide, New 2006-2007 Edition
Editor: Jill Sheldon, Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC)
This book is a practical guide to all aspects of relief from removal cases. This manual provides a detailed description of the law, as well as strategies for defending clients in removal proceedings. Chapters cover an overview of removal proceedings, asylum, cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, NACARA, withholding of removal, and relief under the Convention Against Torture.

Patel's Immigration Law Library, 2005-2006 Editions
by P. J. Patel
Includes The WHOLE Act, 20/22/28 CFR Plus, 8 CFR Plus and Patel's Citations.

 
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Immigration Consequences Of Criminal Convictions, New 2006-2007 Edition
Editor: Jill Sheldon, Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC)
This book is a practical guide to the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. It provides detailed information to assist legal advocates in analyzing the potential immigration consequences of criminal conduct. The manual covers the basic framework for evaluating the impact of crimes, and discusses in detail crime-based inadmissibility and deportability grounds, establishing good moral character, detention and removal issues, post conviction relief, and judicial review.

Immigration Practice 2006-2007
by Robert C. Divine & R. Blake Chisam
Immigration Practice covers all aspects of immigration law in one volume, complete with over 3,000 footnote citations to the wide range of statutes, regulations, court and administrative cases, policy memos, operations instructions, agency interpretive letters, and internet sites that a lawyer needs for complete understanding of a particular problem.

The Whole ACT—INA (Annotated), 2005-2006 Edition
by P. J. Patel
The revised and updated 2005-2006 edition of "The Whole Act" contains all the new statutory provisions enacted in 2004; the provisions that amended any section of the INA are incorporated in the INA text itself, and those that stand apart but are considered significant or important enough for the immigration bar are included as Appendices. This updated edition thus includes more than 435 annotations and editorial notes, 744 footnotes, 50 appendices with some additions to or changes in the existing appendices, a comprehensive topical index, a separate index to appendices, and a separate index to U.S. Supreme Court decisions. All these are specifically prepared to make the book extremely user-friendly. What makes this book stand out among the crowd are two absolutely unique features: Annotations and Digests of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions.

20/22/28 CFR Plus, 2005-2006 Edition
by P. J. Patel
This publication contains immigration related regulations of the Department of Labor (20 CFR), Department of State (22 CFR), and Department of Justice (28 CFR) with an exhaustive topical INDEX.

8 CFR Plus, 2005-2006 Edition
by P. J. Patel
The complete set of BCIS regulations (8 CFR), with an exhaustive topical INDEX.

Patel’s Citations of Administrative Decisions under Immigration and Nationality Laws, 2005-2006 Edition
by P. J. Patel
This unique research tool provides instant access to the history and current status of all I&N administrative precedents as found or dealt with in reported administrative decisions as well as judicial decisions of federal district courts, courts of appeals and the Supreme Court.