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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

How to Study: No Books Here


How do you study the world of immigration law?  How do you hold it in your hands? Or, better, your mind?

The current edition of Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook, which is considered the bible of the industry, is -- not including the appendices and the index -- over 1300 pages long. Small print. Single space.  Enough said.  I also quickly rejected studying with the use of a legal nutshell, which is a book that provides an overview of the subject.  600 pages.  Too general.  For example, it explains that a foreign visitor to the United States uses a B1 or B2 visa.  The nutshell does not explain, though, when a foreigner may conduct business in the U.S. while on a B visa and how that differs from working without authorization. 

The answer:  my clients.  With each case, I will open the door to their success.  In turn, I will share what unusual or surprising nuance of the law each case teaches.

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