University of Pittsburgh

Immigration Law

Catalog Number: 5418
2.0 Credits
Lecture
Priority: Limited Enrollment - 3rd Year Priority

This administrative law course will examine the constitutional, statutory and regulatory system associated with the admission and exclusion of foreign nationals into and from the United States.  While not a prerequisite, completion of Administrative Law is an advantage in the course’s procedural aspects. Taught from the practitioner’s perspective, the course will address the particular challenges in the effective representation of noncitizen clients. The course will include business, employment and investment visa categories (both temporary and permanent), asylum law and procedures as well as exclusion and deportation litigation.

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