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This title is designed to introduce comparative and international perspectives to the study of immigration law and policy. Topics include an introductory discussion of comparative versus international law and the relevance of both to U.S. Jurisprudence; a comprehensive overview of international migration multilateral and bilateral regimes; glimpses into the immigration law and practices of Mexico, Canada, the European Union, the United Kingdom, France, and Spain; and a final part that examines international norms on freedom of movement, the right to nationality, policing, living conditions, immigrant workers and anti-terrorism law.
West Academic Publishing
St. Paul, MN
Global; Immigration law
Comparative and Foreign Law | Immigration Law | International Law | Law
Aldana, Raquel; Kidane, Won; Lyon, Beth; and McKanders, Karla M., "Global Issues in Immigration Law" (2013). McGeorge School of Law Teaching Materials. 26.