How can I get access to Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook and more resources on immigration?

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The Maryland Carey Law community can access resources on immigration by searching on "immigration" in the A-Z Databases list on the Law Library's homepage, with your UMID and password. These include databases from AILA, HeinOnline, and ProQuest.

Access Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook and more American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) publications through AILALink in our A-Z Databases list. AILALink is a resource maintained by AILA that provides current immigration law information and guidance; access to immigration-related statutes, regulations, and important case law; agency correspondence and manuals; AILA/government liaison minutes; immigration forms; and many AILA publications. AILALink provides fully searchable access to AILA publications including such popular titles as Kurzban's Immigration Law SourcebookBusiness Immigration: Law & PracticeImmigration Consequences of Criminal ActivityAILA's Asylum PrimerLitigating Immigration Cases in Federal CourtRepresenting Clients in Immigration Court, AILA's Toolbox Series, The Waivers Book, and more.

Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook in print is available in the Law Library at call number KF4819 .K87 (link to Kurzban's in the Law Library's Discovery Service catalog requires a UMID and password).

The Maryland Carey Law community also has access to HeinOnline's Immigration Law & Policy in the U.S. collection (requires a UMID and password), which contains important current and historical documents and legislation related to immigration in the United States, including congressional hearings and debates, Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) Precedent Decisions, legislative histories, law and policy titles, scholarly articles, and other related works.

In addition, the Maryland Carey Law community can access ProQuest's Immigration: Records of the INS, 1880-1930 collection (requires a UMID and password), which covers the investigations made by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) during the massive immigration wave of 1880-1930.

  • Last Updated Feb 22, 2022
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