The Expediter leads the user through visas and other immigration processes in a very practical way, while referencing and linking out to the treatise or primary source sections relevant to the particular task being performed by the user.
The National Immigrant Justice Center’s asylum manual provides an overview of the U.S. asylum process and provides basic guidelines for attorneys representing asylum seekers. The manual's appendices include sample forms and additional resources.
The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) Practice Manual outlines the processes and suggestions for practice before the BIA, the highest administrative body for interpreting and applying immigration laws.
Cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, courts of appeals, district courts, bankruptcy courts, Court of Federal Claims, Tax Court, military courts, and related federal and territorial courts that relate to the rights and disabilities of foreign persons in the United States.
Combines materials from the following databases: Board of Immigration Appeals Decisions (FIM-BIA), Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals Decisions (FIM-BALCA), and Office of Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (FIM-OCAHO). Coverage varies by source.