Court of injustice : law without recognition in U.S. immigration / J.C. Salyer.

"This ethnography investigates immigration enforcement in New York City, following individual migrants, their lawyers, and the NGOs that serve them into the immigration courtrooms that decide their cases"--

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Main Author: Salyer, J. C. (Author)
Format: Book
Published: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2020.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : The Paradoxes of U.S. Immigration Law and Deportation
  • Migrants, Criminal Aliens, and Folk Devils
  • A Social History of the Development of U.S. Immigration Law
  • The Role of Lawyers and Judges in U.S. Immigration Law
  • Law without Recognition: Excluded Equities and Judges without Discretion The New York Immigrant Family Unity Project : A Revolution Such as Lawyers Would Mount
  • Conclusion : The Limitations and Possibilities of U.S. Immigration Law.