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    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal

    1999-2000, Vol.14                     2009-2010, Vol.24

    2000-2001, Vol.15                     2010-2011, Vol.25

    2001-2002, Vol.16                     2011-20012, Vol.26

    2002-2003, Vol.17                     2012, Vol.27

    2003-2004, Vol.18

    2004-2005, Vol.19

    2005-2006, Vol.20

    2006-2007, Vol.21

    2007-2008, Vol.22

    2008-2009, Vol.23

     

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 1999-2000, Vol.14

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    DAVID A. MARTIN

    NEW RULES ON DUAL NATIONALITY FOR A DEMOCRATIZING GLOBE: BETWEEN REJECTION AND EMBRACE

     No.1

     pp. 1-34

    KAROLINE KERBER

    TEMPORARY PROTECTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: A CHRONOLOGY

     No.1

     pp. 35-50

    SUSAN M. AKRAM

    SCHEHEREZADE MEETS KAFKA: TWO DOZEN SORDID TALES OF IDEOLOGICAL EXCLUSION

     No.1

     pp. 51-114

    JAVIER BLEICHMAR

    DEPORTATION AS PUNISHMENT: A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS OF THE BRITISH PRACTICE OF BANISHMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON MODERN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

     No.1

     pp. 115-163

    ADAM J. ROSSER

    THE NATIONAL INTEREST WAIVER OF IMMACT90

     No.1

     pp. 165-183

    LINDA JANE SPRINGROSE

    STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND: THE RIGHTS OF NON-CITIZENS UNDER ARTICLE 36 OF THE VIENNA CONVENTION ON CONSULAR RELATIONS

     No.1

     pp. 185-213

    Bryan Paul Christian

    VISA POLICY, INSPECTION AND EXIT CONTROLS: TRANSATLANTIC PERSPECTIVES ON MIGRATION MANAGEMENT

     No.1

     pp. 215-237

    Timothy Slavin

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.1

     pp. 251-253

    Jeremy Evans

    INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

     No.1

     pp. 255-256

    GABRIEL J. CHIN

    IS THERE A PLENARY POWER DOCTRINE? A TENTATIVE APOLOGY AND PREDICTION FOR OUR STRANGE BUT UNEXCEPTIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL IMMIGRATION LAW

     No.2

     pp. 257-287

    KEviN R. JOHNSON

    RACE AND IMMIGRATION LAW AND ENFORCEMENT: A RESPONSE TO IS THERE A PLENARY POWER DOCTRINE?

     No.2

     pp. 289-305

    STEPHEN H. LEGOMSKY

    IMMIGRATION EXCEPTIONALISM: COMMENTARY ON IS THERE A PLENARY POWER DOCTRINE?

     No.2

     pp. 307-312

    GERALD L. NEUMAN

    TERRORISM, SELECTIVE DEPORTATION AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT AFTER RENO V AADC

     No.2

     pp. 313-346

    DAVID COLE

    DAMAGE CONTROL? A COMMENT ON PROFESSOR NEUMAN'S READING OF RENO V AADC

     No.2

     pp. 347-362

    DAVID A. MARTIN

    ON COUNTERINTUITIVE CONSEQUENCES AND CHOOSING THE RIGHT CONTROL GROUP: A DEFENSE OF RENO V AADC

     No.2

     pp. 363-383

    HIROSHI MOTOMURA

    JUDICIAL REVIEW IN IMMIGRATION CASES AFTER AADC: LESSONS FROM CIVIL PROCEDURE

     No.2

     pp. 385-452

    NANCY MORAWETZ

    PREDICTING THE MEANING OF INA 242 (b) (9)

     No.2

     pp. 453-462

    LETI VOLPP

    COURT- STRIPPING AND CLASS- WIDE RELIEF: A RESPONSE TO JUDICIAL REVIEW IN IMMIGRATION CASES AFTER AADC

     No.2

     pp. 463-479

    JAMES C. HATHAWAY, ANNE K. CUSICK

    REFUGEE RIGHTS ARE NOT NEGOTIABLE

     No.2

     pp. 481-539

    ANDREW SCHOENHOLTZ

    BEYOND THE SUPREME COURT: A MODEST PLEA TO IMPROVE OUR ASYLUM SYSTEM

     No.2

     pp. 541-544

    NADIA YAKOOB

    POLITICAL OFFENDER OR SERIOUS CRIMINAL? CHALLENGING THE INTERPRETATION OF "SERIOUS, NONPOLITICAL CRIMES" IN INS V. A GUIRRE- A GUIRRE

     No.2

     pp. 545-585

    SUSAN F. MARTIN, ANDREW I. SCHOENHOLTZ

    ASYLUM IN PRACTICE: SUCCESSES, FAILURES, AND THE CHALLENGES AHEAD

     No.3

     pp. 589-617

    STEPHEN H. LEGOMSKY

    AN ASYLUM SEEKER'S BILL OF RIGHTS IN A NON- UTOPIAN WORLD

     No.3

     pp. 619-641

    SABINE WEIDLICH

    FIRST INSTANCE ASYLUM PROCEEDINGS IN EUROPE: DO BONA FIDE REFUGEES FIND PROTECTION?

     No.3

     pp. 643-672

    CHRISTOPHER STONE

    SUPERVISED RELEASE AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO DETENTION IN REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS: SOME PROMISING RESULTS OF A DEMONSTRATION PROJECT

     No.3

     pp. 673-687

    Matthew J. Gibney

    BETWEEN CONTROL AND HUMANITARIANISM: TEMPORARY PROTECTION IN CONTEMPORARY EUROPE

     No.3

     pp. 689-707

    RYSZARD CHOLEWINSKI

    ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS OF REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS IN EUROPE

     No.3

     pp. 709-755

    JOHN FREDRIKSSON

    BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: POLICY CHANGES AFFECTING REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS IN THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1996

     No.3

     pp. 757-778

    RANDALL HANSEN

    ASYLUM POLICY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

     No.3

     pp. 779-800

    Randall Hansen, Susan Martin, Andrew Schoenholtz, Patrick Weil

    REPORT ON THE WORKSHOP ON REFUGEE AND ASYLUM POLICY IN PRACTICE IN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA

     No.3

     pp. 801-814

    MICHELE R. PISTONE

    ASSESSING THE PROPOSED REFUGEE PROTECTION ACT: ONE STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

     No.3

     pp. 815-824

    SUZETTE BROOKS MASTERS

    ENVIRONMENTALLY INDUCED MIGRATION: BEYOND A CULTURE OF REACTION

     No.4

     pp. 855-879

    PAULA ABRAMS

    POPULATION POLITICS: REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND U.S. ASYLUM POLICY

     No.4

     pp. 881-905

    Bryan Paul Christian

    TRANSATLANTIC WORKSHOP ON HIGH SKILLED MIGRATION

     No.4

     pp. 907-925

    KIMBERLY SICARD

    SECTION 601 OF IIRIRA: A LONG ROAD TO A RESOLUTION OF UNITED STATES ASYLUM POLICY REGARDING COERCIVE METHODS OF POPULATION CONTROL

     No.4

     pp. 927-940

    LAURA M. E. SHERIDAN

    INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE COORDINATION OF HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE IN COMPLEX EMERGENCIES OF FORCED MIGRATION

     No.4

     pp. 941-984

    ROYCE BERNSTEIN MURRAY

    Sex for Food in a Refugee Economy: Human Rights Implications and Accountability

     No.4

     pp. 985-1025

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2000-2001, Vol.15

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    Paul B. III Hunker

    CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL OR CANCELLATION OF RELIEF?- THE 1996 IIRIRA AMENDMENTS: A REVIEW AND CRITIQUE OF SECTION 240A (A) OF THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT

     No.1

     pp. 1-46

    Bill Ong Hing

    THE EMMA LAZARUS EFFECT: A CASE STUDY IN PHILANTHROPIC REVITALIZATION OF THE IMMIGRANT RIGHTS COMMUNITY

     No.1

     pp. 47-97

     

    THE ERLENBORN COMMISSION REPORT

     No.1

     pp. 99-165

     

    TRANSATLANTIC WORKSHOP ON HUMAN SMUGGLING

     No.1

     pp. 167-182

    ELZBIETA KLIMOWICZ

    ARTICLE 15 OF THE TORTURE CONVENTION: ENFORCEMENT IN U.S. EXTRADITION PROCEEDINGS

     No.1

     pp. 183-198

    Rachel Li Wai Suen

    YOU SURE KNOW HOW TO PICK 'EM: HUMAN RIGHTS AND MIGRANT FARM WORKERS IN CANADA

     No.1

     pp. 199-227

    BRIAN C. HARMS

    REDEFINING "CRIMES OF MORAL TURPITUDE": A PROPOSAL TO CONGRESS

     No.2

     pp. 259-288

    PETER MARGULIES

    CHILDREN, PARENTS, AND ASYLUM

     No.2

     pp. 289-317

    MARIA E. SARTORI

    THE CUBAN MIGRATION DILEMMA: AN EXAMINATION OF THE UNITED STATES' POLICY OF TEMPORARY PROTECTION IN OFFSHORE SAFE HAVENS

     No.2

     pp. 319-355

    JEREMY R. TARWATER

    THE TUBERCULOSIS AND HIV DEBATE IN IMMIGRATION LAW: CRITICAL FLAWS IN UNITED STATES ACADEMIC ANTI- EXCLUSION ARGUMENTS

     No.2

     pp. 357-379

    ERIKA FELLER

    ADDRESS TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REFUGEE LAW JUDGES AT BERN, SWITZERLAND

     No.3

     pp. 381-389

    DEBORAH ANKER

    REFUGEE STATUS AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN THE "DOMESTIC" SPHERE: THE NON- STATE ACTOR QUESTION

     No.3

     pp. 391-402

    Peter Burns

    THE UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE AND ITS ROLE IN REFUGEE PROTECTION

     No.3

     pp. 403-413

    Walter Kalin

    NON- STATE AGENTS OF PERSECUTION AND THE INABILITY OF THE STATE TO PROTECT

     No.3

     pp. 415-431

    KENNETH KEITH

    THE DIFFICULTIES OF "INTERNAL FLIGHT" AND "INTERNAL RELOCATION" AS FRAMEWORKS OF ANALYSIS

     No.3

     pp. 433-446

    REINHARD MARX

    THE NOTION OF PERSECUTION BY NON- STATE AGENTS IN GERMAN JURISPRUDENCE

     No.3

     pp. 447-461

    Erik Mose

    THE CRIMINALITY PERSPECTIVE

     No.3

     pp. 463-478

    A. M. North, Nehal Bhuta

    THE FUTURE OF PROTECTION- THE ROLE OF THE JUDGE

     No.3

     pp. 479-496

    Bonaventure Rutinwa

    REFUGEE CLAIMS BASED ON VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: THE "VICTIM'S" PERSPECTIVE

     No.3

     pp. 497-517

    BERNADETTE MEYLER

    THE GESTATION OF BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP, 1868- 1898 STATES' RIGHTS, THE LAW OF NATIONS, AND MUTUAL CONSENT

     No.3

     pp. 519-562

    JEREMY R. TARWATER

    ANALYSIS AND CASE STUDIES OF THE "CEASED CIRCUMSTANCES" CESSATION CLAUSE OF THE 1951 REFUGEE CONVENTION

     No.3

     pp. 563-624

    PATRICK WEIL

    RACES AT THE GATE: A CENTURY OF RACIAL DISTINCTIONS IN AMERICAN IMMIGRATION POLICY (1865- 1965)

     No.4

     pp. 625-648

    B. Lindsay Lowell, Susan Martin

    TRANSATLANTIC ROUND TABLE ON HIGH SKILLED MIGRATION: A REPORT ON THE PROCEEDINGS

     No.4

     pp. 649-661

    RAIN LEVY MINNS

    REGISTRY SYSTEMS FOR FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FARMWORKERS IN THE UNITED STATES: THEORY VS. REALITY

     No.4

     pp. 663-702

    TARA MAGNER

    DOES A FAILED STATE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN RESULT IN A FAILURE OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION? A REVIEW OF POLICIES TOWARD ASYLUM- SEEKERS IN LEADING ASYLUM NATIONS

     No.4

     pp. 703-726

    SABRINA UNDERWOOD

    ACHIEVING THE AMERICAN DAYDREAM: THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL INEQUALITIES EXPERIENCED BY TEMPORARY WORKERS UNDER THE H- 1B VISA PROGRAM

     No.4

     pp. 727-748

    Tara Magner

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

     No.4

     pp. 751-752

    Minh Day

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

     No.4

     pp. 753-755

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2001-2002, Vol.16

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    MICHELE R. PISTONE, PHILIP G. SCHRAG

    THE NEW ASYLUM RULE: IMPROVED BUT STILL UNFAIR

     No.1

     pp. 1-79

    CATHERINE PHUONG

    PERSECUTION BY THIRD PARTIES AND EUROPEAN HARMONIZATION OF ASYLUM POLICIES

     No.1

     pp. 81-97

    Stephen Yale-Loehr, Christoph Hoashi-Erhardt

    A COMPARATIVE LOOK AT IMMIGRATION AND HUMAN CAPITAL ASSESSMENT

     No.1

     pp. 99-132

    MARY E. CROCK

    CONTRACT OR COMPACT: SKILLED MIGRATION AND THE DICTATES OF POLITICS AND IDEOLOGY

     No.1

     pp. 133-154

    Linda Piwowarczyk

    SEEKING ASYLUM: A MENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVE

     No.1

     pp. 155-171

    CORMAC T. CONNOR

    HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN THE INFORMATION AGE

     No.1

     pp. 207-234

    MINH DAY

    ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND CUSTOMARY LAW: RESOLVING PROPERTY DISPUTES IN POST- CONFLICT NATIONS, A CASE STUDY OF RWANDA

     No.1

     pp. 235-256

    Erin E. O'Connor

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

     No.1

     pp. 259-260

    Tristan Fleming

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

     No.1

     pp. 261-262

    Margaret H. Taylor

    Behind the Scenes of St. Cyr and Zadvydas: Making Policy in the Midst of Litigation

     No.2

     pp. 271-312

    DAVID A. MARTIN

    BEHIND THE SCENES ON A DIFFERENT SET: WHAT CONGRESS NEEDS TO DO IN THE AFTERMATH OF ST. CYR AND NGUYEN

     No.2

     pp. 313-338

    PETER J. SPIRO

    EXPLAINING THE END OF PLENARY POWER

     No.2

     pp. 339-363

    T. ALEXANDER ALEINIKOFF

    DETAINING PLENARY POWER: THE MEANING AND IMPACT OF ZADVYDAS V DAVIS

     No.2

     pp. 365-389

    MICHELE R. PISTONE

    A TIMES SENSITIVE RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR ALEINIKOFF'S DETAINING PLENARY POWER

     No.2

     pp. 391-406

    LINDA BOSNIAK

    A BASIC TERRITORIAL DISTINCTION

     No.2

     pp. 407-412

    DANIEL KANSTROOM

    ST CYR OR INSINCERE: THE STRANGE QUALITY OF SUPREME COURT VICTORY

     No.2

     pp. 413-464

    James Oldham

    BRIEF AMICI CURIAE OF LEGAL HISTORIANS LISTED HEREIN IN SUPPORT OF RESPONDENT

     No.2

     pp. 465-484

    James Oldham, Michael J. Wishnie

    THE HISTORICAL SCOPE OF HABEAS CORPUS AND INS v. ST CYR

     No.2

     pp. 485-503

    REGINA GERMAIN

    RUSHING TO JUDGMENT: THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF THE USA PATRIOT ACT FOR BONA FIDE REFUGEES

     No.2

     pp. 505-530

     

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

     No.2

     pp. 533-534

     

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.2

     pp. 539-541

     

    INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS- EU Parliament Approves Common Asylum Policy

     No.2

     pp. 543-543

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    HEAR MY VOICE: RECONFIGURING THE RIGHT TO TESTIFY TO ENCOMPASS THE DEFENDANT'S CHOICE OF LANGUAGE

     No.3

     pp. 545-600

    JoAnne D. Spotts

    U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICY ON THE SOUTHWEST BORDER FROM REAGAN THROUGH CLINTON, 1981- 2001

     No.3

     pp. 601-618

    Susan Martin, B. Lindsay Lowell, Philip Martin

    U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICY: ADMISSION OF HIGH SKILLED WORKERS

     No.3

     pp. 619-636

    Ron McCallum

    AUSTRALIAN LABOR LAW, MIGRATION AND THE PERFORMANCE OF WORK

     No.3

     pp. 637-648

    Graeme Hugo

    MIGRANTS AND DEMOGRAPHY: GLOBAL AND AUSTRALIAN TRENDS AND ISSUES FOR POLICYMAKERS, BUSINESS AND EMPLOYERS

     No.3

     pp. 649-683

    MICAH HERZIG

    IS KOREMATSU GOOD LAW IN THE FACE OF TERRORISM? PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS IN THE SECURITY VERSUS LIBERTY DEBATE

     No.3

     pp. 685-703

    COURTNEY E. OZER

    MAKE IT RIGHT: THE CASE FOR GRANTING TOHONO O'ODHAM NATION MEMBERS U.S. CITIZENSHIP

     No.3

     pp. 705-723

    Minh Day

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

     No.3

     pp. 727-729

    Minh Day

    INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS- Sexual Violence and Exploitation: The Experience of Refugee Children in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone

     No.3

     pp. 735-737

    Andrew I. Schoenholtz, Jonathan Jacobs

    The State of Asylum Representation: Ideas for Change

     No.4

     pp. 739-772

    KAY HAILBRONNER

    LABOR TRANSFER SCHEMES- IN WHOSE NATIONAL INTEREST? GLOBALIZATION AND THE TRANSFER OF LABOR- THE EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE

     No.4

     pp. 773-795

    ROBYN IREDALE

    The Internationalization of Professionals and the Assessment of Skills: Australia, Canada and the U.S.

     No.4

     pp. 797-813

    AKBAR RASULOV

    CRIMINALS AS REFUGEES: THE "BALANCING EXERCISE" AND ARTICLE 1F (B) OF THE REFUGEE CONVENTION

     No.4

     pp. 815-834

    NINA PILLARD

    Plenary Power Underground in Nguyen v. INS: A Response to Professor Spiro

     No.4

     pp. 835-854

    LEE BERGER, DAVINA FIGEROUX

    Protecting Accompanied Child Refugees from The One- Year Deadline: Minority as a Legal Disability

     No.4

     pp. 855-869

    Erin E. O'Connor

    EXECUTIVE BRANCH DEVELOPMENTS- PRESIDENT BUSH PROPOSES HOMELAND SECURITY ACT OF 2002 TO CONGRESS

     No.4

     pp. 877-878

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2002-2003, Vol.17

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    NATSU TAYLOR SAITO

    WILL FORCE TRUMP LEGALITY AFTER SEPTEMBER 11? AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE CONFRONTS THE RULE OF LAW

     No.1

     pp. 1-62

    MARIE A. TAYLOR

    Immigration Enforcement Post- September 11: Safeguarding the Civil Rights of Middle Eastern- American and Immigrant Communities

     No.1

     pp. 63-113

    Catalina Joos Vergara

    TRADING LIBERTY FOR SECURITY IN THE WAKE OF SEPTEMBER ELEVENTH: CONGRESS' EXPANSION OF PREVENTIVE DETENTION OF NON- CITIZENS

     No.1

     pp. 115-134

    PETER BIBRING

    Jurisdictional Issues in Post-Removal Habeas Challenges to Orders of Removal

     No.1

     pp. 135-181

    Candida Harty

    EXECUTIVE BRANCH DEVELOPMENTS- National Security Entry- Exit Registration System

     No.1

     pp. 189-191

    LORY DIANA ROSENBERG

    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REFUGEE LAW JUDGES CONFERENCE- THE COURTS AND INTERCEPTION: THE UNITED STATES' INTERDICTION EXPERIENCE AND ITS IMPACT ON REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS

     No.2

     pp. 199-219

    PENELOPE MATHEW

    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REFUGEE LAW JUDGES CONFERENCE ADDRESS- LEGAL ISSUES CONCERNING INTERCEPTION

     No.2

     pp. 221-249

    BRADLY J. CONDON, J. BRAD MCBRIDE

    DO YOU KNOW THE WAY TO SAN JOSE? RESOLVING THE PROBLEM OF ILLEGAL MEXICAN MIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES

     No.2

     pp. 251-297

    DAWN J. MILLER

    HOLDING STATES TO THEIR CONVENTION OBLIGATIONS: THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND THE NEED FOR A BROAD INTERPRETATION OF STATE ACTION

     No.2

     pp. 299-323

    TRISTAN W. FLEMING

    EDUCATION ON EQUAL TERMS: WHY BILINGUAL EDUCATION MUST BE MANDATED IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR HISPANIC LEP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

     No.2

     pp. 325-346

    Jennifer Epperson

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- CALL- IN REGISTRATION FOR CERTAIN NONIMMIGRANTS

     No.2

     pp. 355-356

    VICTOR C. ROMERO

    NONCITIZEN STUDENTS AND IMMIGRATION POLICY POST- 9/ 11

     No.3

     pp. 357-366

    MICHAEL KAGAN

    IS TRUTH IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER? OBJECTIVE CREDIBILITY ASSESSMENT IN REFUGEE STATUS DETERMINATION

     No.3

     pp. 367-415

    Jitesh Malik, Mark P. Popiel

    The Immigration Time Machine: H- 1Bs Regaining Time Spent outside the United States

     No.3

     pp. 417-429

    MEGAN A. FERSTENFELD-TORRES

    WHO ARE WE TO NAME? THE APPLICABILITY OF THE "IMMEDIATE- CUSTODIAN- AS- RESPONDENT" RULE TO ALIEN HABEAS CLAIMS UNDER 28 U.S.C. 2241

     No.3

     pp. 431-472

    DANIEL WALFISH

    STUDENT VISAS AND THE ILLOGIC OF THE INTENT REQUIREMENT

     No.3

     pp. 473-503

    Stacie Nelson

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- DOMESTIC SECURITY ENHANCEMENT ACT OF 2003

     No.3

     pp. 507-507

    Elizabeth Keyes

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- TRANSITION FROM INS TO DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

     No.3

     pp. 509-510

    Kelly E. Simon

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Hamdi v. Rumsfeld

     No.3

     pp. 511-513

    BRIAN G. SLOCUM

    THE IMMIGRATION RULE OF LENITY AND CHEVRON DEFERENCE

     No.4

     pp. 515-582

    KRISTEN WALKER

    DEFENDING THE 1951 CONVENTION DEFINITION OF REFUGEE

     No.4

     pp. 583-609

    TERESA A. MILLER

    CITIZENSHIP AND SEVERITY: RECENT IMMIGRATION REFORMS AND THE NEW PENOLOGY

     No.4

     pp. 611-666

    HEATHER JACOBSON

    REFUGEES AND HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCIES

     No.4

     pp. 667-706

    PANTEHA ABDOLLAHI

    THE LABOR CERTIFICATION PROCESS: COMPLEX ETHICAL ISSUES FOR IMMIGRATION LAWYERS

     No.4

     pp. 707-736

    Anne Scheinfeldt

    LEGISLATIVE BRANCH DEVELOPMENTS Bipartisan Congressional Refugee Caucus Current

     No.4

     pp. 739-740

    Anne Scheinfeldt

    EXECUTIVE BRANCH DEVELOPMENTS Office of the Inspector General Releases Report Reviewing Treatmemt of Alien Detainees

     No.4

     pp. 741-742

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2003-2004, Vol.18

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    Carlos Scott Lopez

    AUSTRALIAN IMMIGRATION POLICY AT THE CENTENARY: THE QUEST FOR CONTROL

     No.1

     pp. 1-69

    JENNI MILLBANK

    GENDER, SEX AND VISIBILITY IN REFUGEE CLAIMS ON THE BASIS OF SEXUAL ORIENTATION

     No.1

     pp. 71-110

    SONIA BOUTILLON

    THE INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE I OF THE 1951 CONVENTION RELATING TO THE STATUS OF REFUGEES BY THE EUROPEAN UNION: TOWARD HARMONIZATION

     No.1

     pp. 111-157

    KATHERINE KAUFKA

    THE COMMODIFICATION OF DOMESTIC CARE: ILLEGITIMACY OF CARE WORK AND THE EXPLOITATION OF MIGRANT WORKERS

     No.1

     pp. 159-178

    D'ANNA HARRISON

    DEPORTABLE CUBANS IN LIMBO: AN ISSUE OF IMMIGRATION, FOREIGN POLICY, OR BOTH?

     No.1

     pp. 179-207

    Andrew Ayers

    LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS- ADVANCING THE STATUS OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS

     No.1

     pp. 211-219

    Naomi Schorr, Stephen Yale-Loehr

    THE ODYSSEY OF THE J- 2: FORTY- THREE YEARS OF TRYING NOT TO GO HOME AGAIN

     No.2

     pp. 221-271

    KATI L. GRIFFITH

    PERFECTING PUBLIC IMMIGRATION LEGISLATION: PRIVATE IMMIGRATION BILLS AND DEPORTABLE LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS

     No.2

     pp. 273-304

    David A. Martin

    NATIONAL SECURITY DISCUSSION- PREVENTIVE DETENTION: IMMIGRATION LAW LESSONS FOR THE ENEMY COMBATANT DEBATE

     No.2

     pp. 305-327

    SUSAN MARTIN, PHILIP MARTIN

    INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND TERRORISM: PREVENTION, PROSECUTION AND PROTECTION

     No.2

     pp. 329-344

    EMILIE COOPER

    EMBEDDED IMMIGRANT EXCEPTIONALISM: AN EXAMINATION OF CALIFORNIA'S PROPOSITION 187, THE 1996 WELFARE REFORMS AND THE ANTI-IMMIGRANT SENTIMENT EXPRESSED THEREIN

     No.2

     pp. 345-372

    BLAIR JACKSON

    DOCUMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES: FORGING ALLIANCES OR FOSTERING ALIENATION?

     No.2

     pp. 373-394

    ELIZABETH KEYES

    EXPANSION AND RESTRICTION: COMPETING PRESSURES ON UNITED KINGDOM ASYLUM POLICY

     No.2

     pp. 395-426

    Ryan C. Craig

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Humanitarian Law Project v. Ashcroft

     No.2

     pp. 437-439

    Luz E. Nagle

    COLOMBIAN ASYLUM SEEKERS: WHAT PRACTITIONERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE COLOMBIAN CRISIS

     No.3

     pp. 441-465

    RACHEL CANTY

    THE NEW WORLD OF IMMIGRATION CUSTODY DETERMINATIONS AFTER ZADVYDAS V DAVIS

     No.3

     pp. 467-503

    PAUL L. FRANTZ

    UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS: STATE ISSUANCE OF DRIVER LICENSES WOULD CREATE A CONSTITUTIONAL CONUNDRUM

     No.3

     pp. 505-541

    GIDON ROTHSTEIN

    INVOLUNTARY PARTICULARISM: WHAT THE NOAHIDE LAWS TELL US ABOUT CITIZENSHIP AND ALIENAGE

     No.3

     pp. 543-566

    SEAM PARK

    SUBSTANTIAL BARRIERS IN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT ACCESS TO PUBLICLY- FUNDED HEALTH CARE: REASONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CHANGE

     No.3

     pp. 567-592

    Peter M. Isbister

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH USCIS Processing Delays

     No.3

     pp. 595-597

    Anne Heavey Scheinfeldt

    INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS Asylum Applications in Europe Decline in 2003

     No.3

     pp. 599-600

    JOHN W. GUENDELSBERGER

    JUDICIAL DEFERENCE TO AGENCY DECISIONS IN REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS IN LIGHT OF INS V. VENTURA

     No.4

     pp. 605-649

    MARIA L. ONTIVEROS

    IMMIGRANT WORKERS' RIGHTS IN A POST-HOFFMAN WORLD- ORGANIZING AROUND THE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT

     No.4

     pp. 651-680

    ALICE E. LOUGHRAN

    CONGRESS, CATEGORIES, AND THE CONSTITUTION- WHETHER MANDATORY DETENTION OF CRIMINAL ALIENS VIOLATES DUE PROCESS

     No.4

     pp. 681-696

    M. ISABEL MEDINA

    DEMORE V KIM- A DANCE OF POWER AND HUMAN RIGHTS

     No.4

     pp. 697-744

    MITRIA WILSON

    RIGHTS WITHOUT REMEDIES AND JUDGMENTS WITHOUT EFFECT: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 1252 (F) (1) OF THE IMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT, CLASS ACTIONS, AND STANDING UNDER ARTICLE I OF THE CONSTITUTION

     No.4

     pp. 745-787

    Alyson Barker

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Deadline Extension for Biometric Passport Requirements

     No.4

     pp. 791-792

    Amit Sen

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH HHS PROPOSES REGULATIONS TO COLLECT CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION FROM MEDICAID PATIENTS

     No.4

     pp. 793-795

    Tara Hereich

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Chong Shin Chen v. Ashcroft

     No.4

     pp. 797-799

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2004-2005, Vol.19

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    ANDREW F. MOORE

    FRAUD, THE UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW AND UNMET NEEDS: A LOOK AT STATE LAWS REGULATING IMMIGRATION ASSISTANTS

     No.1

     pp. 1-34

    SUSAN BURKHARDT

    THE CONTOURS OF CONFORMITY: BEHAVIORAL DECISION THEORY AND THE PITFALLS OF THE 2002 REFORMS OF IMMIGRATION PROCEDURES

     No.1

     pp. 35-98

    ANNA MARIE GALLAGHER

    TRIPLY EXPLOITED: FEMALE VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING NETWORKS-STRATEGIES FOR PURSUING PROTECTION AND LEGAL STATUS IN COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION

     No.1

     pp. 99-123

    ANDREW B. AYERS

    INTERNATIONAL LAW AS A TOOL OF CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION IN THE EARLY IMMIGRATION POWER CASES

     No.1

     pp. 125-153

    NICHOLAS STEIN

    THE BHUTANESE REFUGEES AND A COERCIVE- COLLABORATIVE MODEL OF INTERNATIONAL MULTIPARTY MEDIATION

     No.1

     pp. 155-190

    Brian Murphy

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

     No.1

     pp. 191-192

    Rachel Osband

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH ICE ANNOUNCES RECORD LEVELS OF REMOVALS FOR FY 2004

     No.1

     pp. 193-194

    Mingda Zhao

    Development in the Judicial Branch

     No.1

     pp. 195-197

     

    SPECIAL ABA COMMITTEE REPORT THE CANADA- U.S. BORDER: BALANCING TRADE, SECURITY AND MIGRANT RIGHTS IN THE POST- 9/ 11 ERA

     No.2

     pp. 199-243

    BILL FRELICK

    "ABUNDANTLY CLEAR": REFOULEMENT

     No.2

     pp. 245-275

    MATTHEW E. PRICE

    POLITICS OR HUMANITARIANISM? RECOVERING THE POLITICAL ROOTS OF ASYLUM

     No.2

     pp. 277-311

    NAOMI S. STERN

    EVIAN'S LEGACY: THE HOLOCAUST, THE UNITED NATIONS REFUGEE CONVENTION, AND POST- WAR REFUGEE LEGISLATION IN THE UNITED STATES

     No.2

     pp. 313-331

    BENJAMIN COOK

    METHOD IN ITS MADNESS: THE ENDOWMENT EFFECT IN AN ANALYSIS OF REFUGEE BURDEN- SHARING AND A PROPOSED REFUGEE MARKET

     No.2

     pp. 333-362

    Natalie Nanasi

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- Recent Developments Regarding the H- 1B Visa Program

     No.2

     pp. 363-364

    Conal Berberich

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.2

     pp. 365-367

    HANNAH ENTWISLE

    TRACING CASCADES: THE NORMATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE U.N. GUIDING PRINCIPLES ON INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT

     No.3

     pp. 369-390

    DONALD W. Yoo

    EXPLORING THE DOCTRINE OF IMPUTED POLITICAL OPINION AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE NINTH CIRCUIT

     No.3

     pp. 391-407

    PHILLIP J. RIBLETT

    AVOIDING THE AVOIDANCE CANON: SUBCONSTITUTIONAL FACIAL CHALLENGE IN CLARK V. MARTINEZ

     No.3

     pp. 409-428

    DEJI OLUKOTUN

    HARM REDUCTION STATUTES AND IMMIGRANTS IN CALIFORNIA: REMOVAL OF THE SHADOW- CLASS

     No.3

     pp. 429-452

    John Kosmidis

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- NEW REGULATIONS MAKE THE STUDENT AND EXCHANGE VISITOR INFORMATION SYSTEM (SEVIS) PERMANENT

     No.3

     pp. 453-454

    BRENT S. WIBLE

    THE STRANGE AFTERLIFE OF SECTION 212 (C) RELIEF: COLLATERAL ATTACKS ON DEPORTATION ORDERS IN PROSECUTIONS FOR ILLEGAL REENTRY AFTER ST. CYR

     No.4

     pp. 455-493

    ANGELA MCCAFFREY

    HMONG VETERANS' NATURALIZATION ACT: PRECEDENT FOR WAIVING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT FOR THE ELDERLY

     No.4

     pp. 495-550

    BRIAN R. WAHLQUIST

    SLAMMING THE DOOR ON TERRORISTS AND THE DRUG TRADE WHILE INCREASING LEGAL IMMIGRATION: TEMPORARY DEPLOYMENT OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY AT THE BORDERS

     No.4

     pp. 551-583

    PATRICIA J. FRESHWATER

    THE OBLIGATION OF NON- REFOULEMENT UNDER THE CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE: WHEN HAS A FOREIGN GOVERNMENT ACQUIESCED IN THE TORTURE OF ITS CITIZENS?

     No.4

     pp. 585-610

    Jared Joyce-Schleimer

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- THE STATE OF THE REAL ID ACT OF 2005

     No.4

     pp. 611-613

    Aaron Holland

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- NEW BIA RULES LEAD TO SKYROCKETING RATE OF APPEAL

     No.4

     pp. 615-618

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2005-2006, Vol.20

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    John R. B. Palmer, Stephen W. Yale-Loehr, Elizabeth Cronin

    WHY ARE SO MANY PEOPLE CHALLENGING BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS DECISIONS IN FEDERAL COURT? AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RECENT SURGE IN PETITIONS FOR REVIEW

     No.1

     pp. 1-100

    AMY D. RONNER

    DENATURALIZATION AND DEATH: WHAT IT MEANS TO PRECLUDE THE EXERCISE OF JUDICIAL DISCRETION

     No.1

     pp. 101-132

    STEPHEN M. KNIGHT

    SHIELDED FROM REVIEW: THE QUESTIONABLE BIRTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ASYLUM STANDARD OF REVIEW UNDER ELIAS-ZA CARIAS

     No.1

     pp. 133-156

     

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

     No.1

     pp. 157-165

    MICHELE R. PISTONE, JOHN J. HOEFFNER

    RULES ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN: HOW THE PROCESS OF EXPEDITED REMOVAL FAILS ASYLUM SEEKERS

     No.2

     pp. 167-211

    KATHERINE R. HAWKINS

    THE PROMISES OF TORTURERS: DIPLOMATIC ASSURANCES AND THE LEGALITY OF "RENDITION"

     No.2

     pp. 213-268

    Amy G. Lewis

    GENDER- BASED VIOLENCE AMONG REFUGEE AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED WOMEN IN AFRICA

     No.2

     pp. 269-291

    BARRY JUNKER

    BURDEN SHARING OR BURDEN SHIFTING? ASYLUM AND EXPANSION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

     No.2

     pp. 293-324

    CECILIA M. BAILLIET

    ASSESSING JUS AD BELLUM AND JUS IN BELLO WITHIN THE REFUGEE STATUS DETERMINATION PROCESS: CONTEMPLATIONS ON CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS SEEKING ASYLUM

     No.3

     pp. 337-384

    JACLYN BRICKMAN

    EDUCATING UNDOCUMENTED CHILDREN IN THE UNITED STATES: CODIFICATION OF PLYLER V. DOE THROUGH FEDERAL LEGISLATION

     No.3

     pp. 385-405

    Jeffrey D. Corsetti

    MARKED FOR DEATH: THE MARAS OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND THOSE WHO FLEE THEIR WRATH

     No.3

     pp. 407-435

    Gregory F. Laufer

    ADMISSION DENIED: IN SUPPORT OF A DURESS EXCEPTION TO THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT'S "MATERIAL SUPPORT FOR TERRORISM" PROVISION

     No.3

     pp. 437-481

    Sara A. Rodriguez

    Exile and the Not- So- Lawful Permanent Resident: Does International Law Require a Humanitarian Waiver of Deportation for the Non- Citizen Convicted of Certain Crimes?

     No.3

     pp. 483-544

    Ediberto Roman

    THE CITIZENSHIP DIALECTIC

     No.4

     pp. 557-609

    GERALD L. NEUMAN

    DISCRETIONARY DEPORTATION

     No.4

     pp. 611-655

    ESTELLA F. CHEN

    JUDICIAL DEFERENCE AFTER UNITED STATES V. MEAD: HOW STREAMLINING MEASURES AT THE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS MAY TRANSFORM TRADITIONAL NOTIONS OF DEFERENCE IN IMMIGRATION LAW

     No.4

     pp. 657-679

    TALIA INLENDER

    THE IMPERFECT LEGACY OF GOMEZ V. INS: USING SOCIAL PERCEPTIONS TO ADJUDICATE SOCIAL GROUP CLAIMS

     No.4

     pp. 681-712

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2006-2007, Vol.21

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    Sydenham B. Alexander III

    A POLITICAL RESPONSE TO CRISIS IN THE IMMIGRATION COURTS

     No.1

     pp. 1-59

    CATHERINE SKULAN

    AUSTRALIA'S MANDATORY DETENTION OF "UNAUTHORIZED" ASYLUM SEEKERS: HISTORY, POLITICS AND ANALYSIS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

     No.1

     pp. 61-110

    JACOB D. HOWLEY

    UNLOCKING THE FORTRESS: PROTOCOL NO. 11 AND THE BIRTH OF COLLECTIVE EXPULSION JURISPRUDENCE IN THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE SYSTEM

     No.1

     pp. 111-128

    DANIEL L. SWANWICK

    FOREIGN POLICY AND HUMANITARIANISM IN U.S. ASYLUM ADJUDICATION: REVISITING THE DEBATE IN THE WAKE OF THE WAR ON TERROR

     No.1

     pp. 129-152

    John Huffinan

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- SECURE FENCE ACT OF 2006

     No.1

     pp. 153-154

    Keun Dong Kim

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- CITIZENSHIP EXAM REDESIGNED TO Focus ON CONCEPTS RATHER THAN TRIVIA

     No.1

     pp. 155-158

    Michael Mancini

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- IMMIGRANT HOUSING LAWS MEET WITH JUDICIAL RESISTANCE

     No.1

     pp. 159-160

    Kartik Sharma

    DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL AREA- EU NATIONS TO RESTRICT WORKER MIGRATION FROM NEW MEMBERS BULGARIA AND ROMANIA

     No.1

     pp. 161-162

    Lynette M. Parker

    INCREASING LAW STUDENTS' EFFECTIVENESS WHEN REPRESENTING TRAUMATIZED CLIENTS: A CASE STUDY OF THE KATHARINE AND GEORGE ALEXANDER COMMUNITY LAW CENTER

     No.2

     pp. 163-199

    Nancy Morawetz

    THE INVISIBLE BORDER: RESTRICTIONS ON SHORT- TERM TRAVEL BY NONCITIZENS

     No.2

     pp. 201-238

    Richard A. Johnson

    Twenty Years of the IRCA: The Urgent Need for an Updated Legislative Response to the Current Undocumented Immigrant Situation in the United States

     No.2

     pp. 239-276

    Martin S. Krezalek

    How to Minimize the Risk of Violating Due Process Rights While Preserving the BIA's Ability to Affirm without Opinion

     No.2

     pp. 277-320

    Joseph Toce

    Developments in the Legislative Branch

     No.2

     pp. 321-323

    Jessica Shook

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

     No.2

     pp. 325-327

    Emily Musser

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.2

     pp. 329-332

    Randall Fenlon

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL AREA

     No.2

     pp. 333-335

    Dina Francesca Haynes

    (Not) Found Chained to a Bed in a Brothel: Conceptual, Legal, and Procedural Failures to Fullfill the Promise of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act

     No.3

     pp. 337-381

    Donald Kerwin, Margaret D. Stock

    The Role of Immigration in a Coordinated National Security Policy

     No.3

     pp. 383-430

    Heidi H. Boas

    The Note New Face of America's Refugees: African Refugee Resettlement to the United States

     No.3

     pp. 431-468

    Dree K. Collopy

    Incorporating a Hardship Factor in Asylum Claims Based on Female Genital Mutilation: A Legislative Solution to Protect the Best Interests of Children

     No.3

     pp. 469-506

    Maria Arhancet

    Developments in the Legislative Branch

     No.3

     pp. 507-510

    Sherryl Zounes

    Developments in the Executive Branch

     No.3

     pp. 511-514

    Amrutha Nanjappa

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.3

     pp. 515-517

    Barbara M. Yu

    DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL AREA

     No.3

     pp. 519-520

    Andrew J. Elmore

    EGALITARIANISM AND EXCLUSION: U.S. GUEST WORKER PROGRAMS AND A NON- SUBORDINATION APPROACH TO THE LABOR-BASED ADMISSION OF NONPROFESSIONAL FOREIGN NATIONALS

     No.4

     pp. 521-569

    Maria Pabon Lopez

    Immigration Law Spanish-Style: A Study of Spain's Normalizacion of Indocumented Workers

     No.4

     pp. 571-593

    Cynthia Blum

    Rethinking Tax Compliance of Unauthorized Workers after Immigration Reform

     No.4

     pp. 595-620

    Austin T. Fragomen, Nadia H. Yakoob

    NO EASY WAY OUT: THE ETHICAL DILEMMAS OF DUAL REPRESENTATION

     No.4

     pp. 621-640

    KATHRYNE J. COUCH

    THIS LAND IS OUR LAND, A LOCAL SOLUTION TO A LOCAL PROBLEM: STATE REGULATION OF IMMIGRATION THROUGH BUSINESS LICENSING

     No.4

     pp. 641-662

    Karla M. Campbell

    GUEST WORKER PROGRAMS AND THE CONVERGENCE OF U.S. IMMIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT POLICIES: A TWO-FACTOR ECONOMIC MODEL

     No.4

     pp. 663-684

    Keun Dong Kim

    CURRENT DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

     No.4

     pp. 685-687

    Tiphanie Miller

    CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

     No.4

     pp. 689-691

    Amrutha Nanjappa

    CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.4

     pp. 693-696

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2007-2008, Vol.22

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    Kathleen Ja Sook Bergquist

    Right to Define Family: Equality under Immigration Law for U.S. Inter- Country Adoptees

     No.1

     pp. 1-20

    JOHN COYLE

    THE LEGALITY OF BANKING THE UNDOCUMENTED

     No.1

     pp. 21-55

    Nicole A. Kersey

    Misplaced Opposition: Immigration Incentives of the Proposed Social Security Totalization Agreement with Mexico

     No.1

     pp. 57-84

    S. ADAM FERGUSON

    NOT WITHOUT MY DAUGHTER: DEPORTATION AND THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS

     No.1

     pp. 85-104

    Monica Gomez

    Immigration by Adverse Possession: Common Law Amnesty for Long- Residing Illegal Immigrants in the United States

     No.1

     pp. 105-128

    Jennifer Gaspar

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- House Members React to USCIS Fee Increases

     No.1

     pp. 129-132

    Christopher Morrisey King

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- VISA ADMINISTRATION SINGS A DISCORDANT TUNE FOR ENTERTAINERS

     No.1

     pp. 133-136

    Shana Adess

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Second Circuit Decision: Jiang v. Gonzales, The Current Developments

     No.1

     pp. 137-140

    Paul Thompson

    Development In International Area- Iraqi Translators Face Difficulties Gaining Asylum in the United States

     No.1

     pp. 141-145

    Michelle Brane, Christiana Lundholm

    Human Rights behind Bars: Advancing the Rights of Immigration Detainees in the United States through Human Rights Frameworks

     No.2

     pp. 147-175

    RYSZARD CHOLEWINSKI

    THE HUMAN AND LABOR RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS: VISIONS OF EQUALITY

     No.2

     pp. 177-219

    William Ty Mayton

    BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP AND THE CIVIC MINIMUM

     No.2

     pp. 221-258

    Frank M. Walsh, Edward M. Walsh

    Effective Processing or Assembly- Line Justice- The Use of Teleconferencing in Asylum Removal Hearings

     No.2

     pp. 259-283

    Lesley Wexler

    Human Rights Impact Statements: An Immigration Case Study

     No.2

     pp. 285-318

    Alison Umberger

    Free Trade Visas: Exploring the Constitutional Boundaries of Trade Promotion Authority

     No.2

     pp. 319-352

    Jeffrey N. Poulin

    Development In The Legislative Branch- Piecemeal Approach Falls Short of Achieving the DREAM of Immigration Perform

     No.2

     pp. 353-356

    Tori Andrea

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- Missouri Steps up Efforts in Immigration Enforcement

     No.2

     pp. 357-360

    Ben Winograd

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- The Supreme Court to Render Decision in Dada v. Mukasey

     No.2

     pp. 361-366

    Joseph Tiger

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL AREA- German Immigration System Opens Doors to Skilled Workers

     No.2

     pp. 367-371

    John S. Baker

    A Letter to Lou Dobbs: How to Reverse Illegal Immigration

     No.3

     pp. 373-389

    Micah Bump

    Immigration, Technology, and the Worksite: The Challenges of Electronic Employment Verification

     No.3

     pp. 391-403

    Fernando Garcia

    Human Rights and Immigrants in the U.S.: An Experience of Border Immigrant Communities

     No.3

     pp. 405-414

    Jim Gilchrist

    An Essay by Jim Gilchrist

     No.3

     pp. 415-428

    Aliya Haider

    Out of the Shadows: Migrant Women's Reproductive Rights under International Human Rights Law

     No.3

     pp. 429-457

    Kris W. Kobach

    Reinforcing the Rule of Law: What States Can and Should Do to Reduce Illegal Immigration

     No.3

     pp. 459-483

    Catherine Slack

    Municipal Targeting of Undocumented Immigrants' Travel in the Post- 9/ 11 Suburbs: Waukegan, Illinois Case Study

     No.3

     pp. 485-505

    Joseph Tiger

    Re- Bending the Paperclip: An Examination of America's Policy Regarding Skilled Workers and Student Visas

     No.3

     pp. 507-528

    Sherryl S. Zounes

    Positive Movement: Revisiting the HIV Exclusion to Legal Immigration

     No.3

     pp. 529-552

    Roy Cho

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- Defining Mixed Motive in the Real ID Act and Making Sense of Its Centrality Requirements

     No.3

     pp. 553-556

    Lyndsey Yoshino

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- USCIS to Grant Logical and Commonsense Exemptions to Section 219 of the INA

     No.3

     pp. 557-560

    Seema Ahmad

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Supreme Court Grants Certiorari in Negusie v. Mukasey

     No.3

     pp. 561-564

    Alyce Ahn

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL BRANCH- Influx of Myanmar Refugees Threatens to Strain Schools

     No.3

     pp. 565-568

    Thomas Bak

    Illegal Immigration and the Southwest Border District Courts

     No.4

     pp. 569-585

    Patrick J. Glen

    Is the United States Really Not a Safe Third Country: A Contextual Critique of the Federal Court of Canada's Decision in Canadian Council for Refugees, et al. v. Her Majesty the Queen

     No.4

     pp. 587-619

    Ireh Iyioha

    A Different Picture through the Looking- Glass: Equality, Liberalism and the Question of Fairness in Canadian Immigration Health Policy

     No.4

     pp. 621-663

    Andrew Moore

    CRIMINAL DEPORTATION, POST- CONVICTION RELIEF AND THE LOST CAUSE OF UNIFORMITY

     No.4

     pp. 665-714

    Lindsey M. Baldwin

    When a Goon's Goal is Green Card: NHL Players and the Alien of Extraordinary Ability Immigrant Visa Category

     No.4

     pp. 715-744

    Ryan J. McCauley

    THE RAMIFICATIONS OF INCREASED WORKPLACE IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS IN A DECLINING ECONOMY

     No.4

     pp. 745-765

    Cecile Zwiebach

    IRAQI REFUGEES AND UNHCR: THE CHALLENGES OF ADMINISTERING HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE UNDER OVERLAPPING REFUGEE LAWS

     No.4

     pp. 767-794

    Jessica Schau

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- JUSTICES TO WEIGH- IN ON FALLOUT IN RECENT WORKPLACE RAIDS

     No.4

     pp. 795-799

    Kevin Loughman

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- Attorney General Mukasey Ruling Clears Path for Future FGM- Related Asylum Claims

     No.4

     pp. 801-804

    Gabriel Pacyniak

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- CONTROVERSY REEMERGES OVER HIRING, REVIEW OF IMMIGRATION JUDGES

     No.4

     pp. 805-810

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2008-2009, Vol.23

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    ALICE FARMER

    NON- REFOULEMENT AND JUS COGENS: LIMITING ANTI- TERROR MEASURES THAT THREATEN REFUGEE PROTECTION

     No.1

     pp. 1-38

    Anjum Gupta

    Doctrinal Mutilation: The Board of Immigration Appeals' Flawed Analysis of the Continuing Persecution Doctrine in Claims Based on Past Female Genital Mutilation

     No.1

     pp. 39-56

    Stuart L. Lustig, Niranijan Karnik, Kevin Delucchi, Lakshika Tennakoon

    Inside the Judges' Chambers: Narrative Responses from the National Association of Immigration Judges Stress and Burnout Survey

     No.1

     pp. 57-83

    LIAV ORGAD

    LOVE AND WAR: FAMILY MIGRATION IN TIME OF NATIONAL EMERGENCY

     No.1

     pp. 85-127

    T.S. Twibel

    Rethinking Johnson v. M'Intosh (1823): The Root of the Continued Forced Displacement of American Indians Despite Cobell v. Norton (2001)

     No.1

     pp. 129-200

    MICHAEL CORRADINI

    THE ROLE OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS IN REFUGEE ADJUDICATION: A COMPARISON OF THE FOURTH AND NINTH CIRCUITS

     No.1

     pp. 201-219

    ERICA C. SPENCER

    THE COMPETING VOICES OF THE INA, BIA, AND CIRCUIT COURTS ON U.S. NATIONAL STATUS: INSIGHT FROM WALT WHITMAN'S 1855 LEAVES OF GRASS

     No.1

     pp. 221-244

    Daniel Changshik Moon

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.1

     pp. 245-250

    Jessica Schau

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

     No.1

     pp. 251-255

    JAMES DUFF LYALL

    VIGILANTE STATE: REFRAMING THE MINUTEMAN PROJECT IN AMERICAN POLITICS AND CULTURE

     No.2

     pp. 257-291

    Elizabeth McCormick

    THE OKLAHOMA TAXPAYER AND CITIZEN PROTECTION ACT: BLOWING OFF STEAM OR SETTING WILDFIRES?

     No.2

     pp. 293-363

    Gerald L. Neuman

    UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL DUE PROCESS

     No.2

     pp. 365-401

    Brett Covington

    Is Postsecondary Access for Undocumented Immigrants an Important Right- How the United States and Europe Differ

     No.2

     pp. 403-441

    THOMAS N. SAUNDERS

    WHAT IS RIGHTS- BASED REFUGE?

     No.2

     pp. 443-461

    Geoffrey Forney

    Material Misrepresentation- Labor Certification, Actual Minimum Requirements and Employer Sanctions

     No.3

     pp. 463-496

    Eileen Kaufman

    Shelter from the Storm: An Analysis of U.S. Refugee Law as Applied to Tibetans Formerly Residing in India

     No.3

     pp. 497-568

    Jill Streja

    The Real ID Act: Denying Protection to the World's Most Vulnerable

     No.3

     pp. 569-594

    JILL E. FAMILY

    A BROADER VIEW OF THE IMMIGRATION ADJUDICATION PROBLEM

     No.4

     pp. 595-647

    Armen H. Merjian

    A Guinean Refugee's Odyssey: In Re Jarno, the Biggest Asylum Case in U.S History and What it Tells us About Our Broken System

     No.4

     pp. 649-693

    NINA RABIN

    UNSEEN PRISONERS: WOMEN IN IMMIGRATION DETENTION FACILITIES IN ARIZONA

     No.4

     pp. 695-763

    DAVID P. WEBER

    HALTING THE DEPORTATION OF BUSINESSES: A PRAGMATIC PARADIGM FOR DEALING WITH SUCCESS

     No.4

     pp. 765-813

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2009-2010, Vol.24

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    Caprice L. Roberts

    Rights, Remedies, and Habeas Corpus- The Uighurs, Legally Free While Actually Imprisoned

     No.1

     pp. 1-32

    Katherine Buckel, Casie Copeland, Lydia Desmond, Astrid Dorelien

    MOVING FORWARD: RECOMMENDATIONS ON U.S. HIV IMMIGRATION POLICY

     No.1

     pp. 33-53

    TATYANA E. DELGADO

    LEAVING THE DOCTRINE OF CONSULAR ABSOLUTISM BEHIND

     No.1

     pp. 55-75

    EVAN NOLAN

    PICKING UP AFTER THE BABY BOOMERS: CAN IMMIGRANTS CARRY THE LOAD?

     No.1

     pp. 77-96

    Jessica Shaver

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- Obama Administration Changes to H-2A Visa Program: A Temporary Fix to a Permanent Problem

     No.1

     pp. 97-100

    Eugenia Pyntikova

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Seventh Circuit Decision in Gatimi v. Holder Rejects Social Visibility as Necessary Criterion for Membership in a Particular Social Group

     No.1

     pp. 101-105

    Maryam N. Mohamed

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- Legislation to Regulate Immigration Detention System Introduced: Bills Will Protect U.S. Citizens from Unlawful Detention and Ensure Due Process Rights to Detainees

     No.1

     pp. 107-112

    Donald S. Dobkin

    CHALLENGING THE DOCTRINE OF CONSULAR NONREVIEWABILITY IN IMMIGRATION CASES

     No.2

     pp. 113-146

    Eisha Jain

    Immigration Enforcement and Harboring Doctrine

     No.2

     pp. 147-188

    T. S. Twibell

    The Tevelopment of Gender as a Basis for Asylum in United States Immigration Law and under the United Nations Refugee Convention: Case Studies of Female Asylum Seekers from Cameroon, Eritrea, Iraq and Somalia

     No.2

     pp. 189-309

    Alyce S. Ahn

    Prosecution or Persecution: Contradictions between U.S. Foreign Policy & the Adjudication of Asylum Claims Involving the Harboring of North Korea Refugees

     No.2

     pp. 311-332

    Heidi Dunn

    A Solution: An Approach to Addressing Fear- Based Claims within the Religious Conservative Community and its Application to a Current Refugee Concern

     No.2

     pp. 333-359

    Elisa Gahng

    North Korean Border- Crossers in Yanbian: The Protection Gap between the Economic Migrant and Refugee Regimes

     No.2

     pp. 361-378

    Katherine Buckel

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- Haitian Temporary Protected Status: Possibilities and Problems

     No.2

     pp. 379-382

    Susan Kilgore

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Ninth Circuit Issues Decision in Coyt v. Holder, Invalidating Departure Bar on Motions to Reopen and Creating Circuit Split

     No.2

     pp. 383-387

    Joyce Adams

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- Progressive Immigration Bill Introduced to Jump Start Reform

     No.2

     pp. 389-393

     

    Introduction International Migrants Bill of Rights

     No.3-4

     pp. 395-396

     

    IMBR Contributors International Migrants Bill of Rights

     No.3-4

     pp. 397-397

     

    INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS BILL OF RIGHTS DRAFT IN PROGRESS

     No.3-4

     pp. 399-407

     

    Table of Abbreviations

     No.3-4

     pp. 409-409

     

    INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS BILL OF RIGHTS: A COMMENTARY DRAFT IN PROGRESS

     No.3-4

     pp. 411-491

     

    INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS BILL OF RIGHTS

     No.3-4

     pp. 493-497

     

    HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS BILL OF RIGHTS PROJECT

     No.3-4

     pp. 499-506

    Eleanor Acer, Jake Goodman

    Reaffirming Rights: Human Rights Protections of Migrants, Asylum Seekers, and Refugees in Immigration Detention

     No.3-4

     pp. 507-531

    Alexander Betts

    SOFT LAW AND THE PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE MIGRANTS

     No.3-4

     pp. 533-552

    Tomer Broude

    THE MOST- FAVOURED NATION PRINCIPLE, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND MIGRATION POLICY

     No.3-4

     pp. 553-563

    Jorge A. Bustamante

    Extreme Vulnerability of Migrants: The Cases of the United States and Mexico

     No.3-4

     pp. 565-583

    Ryszard Cholewinski

    Human Rights of Migrants: The Dawn of a New Era?

     No.3-4

     pp. 585-615

    Avinoam Cohen

    From Status to Agency: Defining Migrants

     No.3-4

     pp. 617-638

    Justin Gest

    Avoiding Evasion: Implementing International Migration Policy

     No.3-4

     pp. 639-649

    Ryan T. Mrazik, Andrew I. Schoenholtz

    Protecting the Promoting the Human Right to Respect for Family Life: Treaty- Based Reform and Domestic Advocacy

     No.3-4

     pp. 651-684

    Gerald L. Neuman

    A Migrants' Bill of Rights- Between Restatement and Manifesto

     No.3-4

     pp. 685-693

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2010-2011, Vol.25

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    Kristina M. Campbell

    The High Cost of Free Speech: Anti- Solicitation Ordinances, Day Laborers, and the Impact of Backdoor Local Immigration Regulations

     No.1

     pp. 1-45

    Gabriel J. Chin, Carissa Byrne Hessick, Toni Massaro, Marc L. Miller

    A Legal Labyrinth: Issues Raised by Arizona Senate Bill 1070

     No.1

     pp. 47-92

    Adela de la Torre, Rosa Gomez-Camacho, Alexis Alvarez

    Making the Case for Health Hardship: Examining the Mexican Health Care System in Cancellation of Removal Proceedings

     No.1

     pp. 93-116

    Dorothy A. Harbeck

    Asking and Telling: Identity and Persecution in Sexual and/ or Gender Orientation Asylum Claims- Immutable Characteristics and Concepts of Persecution under U.S. Asylum Law

     No.1

     pp. 117-150

    Eugenia Pyntikova

    Mental Illness in Immigration Detention Facilities: Searching for the Rights to Receive and Refuse Treatment

     No.1

     pp. 151-176

    Steven Rubenstein

    Moas and Maricopa County: Strengthening Federal- Local Partnerships to Prevent Future Abuse

     No.1

     pp. 177-194

    DAN SOLEIMANI

    PLYLER IN PERIL: WHY THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISION IN PLYLER V. DOE IS AT RISK OF BEING REVERSED- AND WHAT CONGRESS SHOULD DO ABOUT IT

     No.1

     pp. 195-226

    Margaret Scotti

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- ICE PRIORITIZES CERTAIN ALIENS FOR DETENTION AND REMOVAL

     No.1

     pp. 227-231

    Michael Vomacka

    Development in the Judicial Branch: Supreme Court Decision in Padilla v. Kentucky States Affirmative Duty to Inform Client of Risk Guilty Plea May Result in Removal

     No.1

     pp. 233-236

    Hadia Hakim

    Development in the Legislative Branch: Support for Arizona- Style Immigration Bills Spreads during Gubernatorial Elections Despite U.S. v. Arizona Ruling

     No.1

     pp. 237-241

    Lindsey Nash

    EXPRESSION BY ORDINANCE: PREEMPTION AND PROXY IN LOCAL LEGISLATION

     No.2

     pp. 243-339

    Jennifer M. Pacella

    WELCOMING THE UNWANTED: ITALY'S RESPONSE TO THE IMMIGRATION PHENOMENON AND EUROPEAN UNION INVOLVEMENT

     No.2

     pp. 341-375

    Scott Rempell

    GAUGING CREDIBILITY IN IMMIGRATION PROCEEDINGS: IMMATERIAL INCONSISTENCIES, DEMEANOR, AND THE RULE OF REASON

     No.2

     pp. 377-405

    Scott Titshaw

    A MODEST PROPOSAL TO DEPORT THE CHILDREN OF GAY CITIZENS, AND ETC.: IMMIGRATION LAW, THE DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT AND THE CHILDREN OF SAME- SEX COUPLES

     No.2

     pp. 407-485

    Spencer Bruck

    THE IMPACT OF CONSTITUTIONAL LIABILITY AND PRIVATE CONTRACTING ON HEALTH CARE SERVICES FOR IMMIGRANTS IN CIVIL DETENTION

     No.2

     pp. 487-514

    Yeo Hoon Julie Park

    China's Way out of the North Korean Refugee Crisis: Developing a Legal Framework for the Deportation of North Korean Migrants

     No.2

     pp. 515-532

    Shadi Masri

    Development in the Executive Branch: ICE's Initiation of Secure Communities Program Draws More Criticism than Praise Current Developments: Executive Branch

     No.2

     pp. 533-537

    Asher Steinberg

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.2

     pp. 539-543

    Joyce Adams

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- The DREAM Lives on: Why the DREAM Act Dies and Next Steps for Immigration Reform

     No.2

     pp. 545-549

    Jordan Jodre

    Preemptive Strike: The Battle for Control over Immigration Policy: An Examination of the Ninth and Tenth Circuits' Split over Federal and State Authority in Regulating Immigration

     No.3

     pp. 551-569

    Amar Khoday

    Protecting Those Who Go beyond the Law: Contemplating Refugee Status for Individuals who Challenge Oppression through Resistance

     No.3

     pp. 571-645

    Anna O. Law

    THE NINTH CIRCUIT'S INTERNAL ADJUDICATIVE PROCEDURES AND THEIR EFFECT ON PRO SE AND ASYLUM APPEALS

     No.3

     pp. 647-679

    Michelle Rupp

    INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS AND ELECTORAL PARTICIPATION: A CALL FOR BEST PRACTICES

     No.3

     pp. 681-700

    Michael Cornelius Kelly

    A WAVERING COURSE: UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT TREATMENT OF STATE LAWS REGARDING ALIENS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

     No.3

     pp. 701-742

    Reed Abrahamson

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- Fixing the Net: The Fall of SBInet, the Rise of Integrated Fixed Towers

     No.3

     pp. 743-749

    Julie Pasch

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Virginia Supreme Court Decision Commonwealth v. Morris Limits Immigrants' Access to Review of Convictions Leading to Removal Proceedings

     No.3

     pp. 751-755

    Angela Kim

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- The Growing Movement to Redefine Birthright Citizenship and the Fourteenth Amendment

     No.3

     pp. 757-761

    David C. Koelsch

    Follow the North Star: Canada as a Model to Increase the Independence, Integrity and Efficiency of the U.S. Immigration Adjudication System

     No.4

     pp. 763-805

    Stephen H. Legomsky

    Rationing Family Values in Europe and America: An Immigration Tug of War between States and their Supre-National Associations

     No.4

     pp. 807-858

    Catherine Bruce, Angus; Grant, Catherine Reynolds

    Out of the Fire and into the Pot: The Eritrean Liberation Movement, the Right to Self- Determination and the Over- Breadth of North American Immigration Security Provisions

     No.4

     pp. 859-881

    Maura M. Ooi

    Unaccompanied Should Not Mean Unprotected: The Inadequacies of Relief for Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors

     No.4

     pp. 883-908

    Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, 2011-2012, Vol.26

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    Michelle R. Slack

    No One Agrees but Me: An Alternative Approach to Interpreting the Limits on Judicial Review of Procedural Motions and Requests for Discretionary Immigration Relief after Kucana v. Holder

     No.1

     pp. 1-64

    Julie Dona

    Making Sense of Substantially Unlikely: An Empirical Analysis of the Joseph Standard in Mandatory Detention Custody Hearings

     No.1

     pp. 65-94

    Cat A. Itaya

    Shadow Detention: The Federal Government's Parallel System for Detaining Mentally Ill Aliens

     No.1

     pp. 95-119

    Aaron S. Haas

    Deportation and Double Jeopardy after Padilla

     No.1

     pp. 121-160

    JOSEPH DARROW

    Criminalizing Love of Thy Immigrant Neighbor: The Conflict between Religious Exercise and Alabama's Immigration Laws

     No.1

     pp. 161-180

    David Norris

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH- Ninth Circuit Strikes down Ordinance Prohibiting Day Laborers from Soliciting Work

     No.1

     pp. 181-186

    Jared I. Albert

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- How Secure Is Secure Communities: The Future of One of ICE's Most Controversial Programs

     No.1

     pp. 187-193

    Joseph Darrow

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- Alabama Follows Arizona's Lead in Enacting Local Immigration Control Measures

     No.1

     pp. 195-200

    Claire Bergeron

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL FIELD- Australia Enacts New Refugee Law after High Court Halts "Malaysia Plan"

     No.1

     pp. 201-205

    ELIZABETH KEYES

    BEYOND SAINTS AND SINNERS: DISCRETION AND THE NEED FOR NEW NARRATIVES IN THE U.S. IMMIGRATION SYSTEM

     No.2

     pp. 207-256

    JENNIFER LEE KOH

    THE WHOLE BETTER THAN THE SUM: A CASE FOR THE CATEGORICAL APPROACH TO DETERMINING THE IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES OF CRIME

     No.2

     pp. 257-311

    SHRUTI RANA

    CHEVRON WITHOUT THE COURTS?: THE SUPREME COURT'S RECENT CHEVRON JURISPRUDENCE THROUGH AN IMMIGRATION LENS

     No.2

     pp. 313-360

    BETHANY LOBO

    WOMEN AS A PARTICULAR SOCIAL GROUP: A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF GENDER ASYLUM CLAIMS IN THE UNITED STATES AND UNITED KINGDOM

     No.2

     pp. 361-404

    MOLLY MARTIN

    REFUGEE RELIEF AND RESETTLEMENT DURING ARMED CONFLICT: AN EXCUSE FOR PROGRAMMATIC OVERHAUL TO MAXIMIZE NATIONAL SECURITY

     No.2

     pp. 405-424

    David Norris

    Total [ity] Recall: Firm Resettlement Determinations after in re A-G- G- Note

     No.2

     pp. 425-452

    Lindsey Parsons

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH

     No.2

     pp. 453-460

    Mike Warley

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH- Dream Deferred: Prosecutorial Discretion Allows Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

     No.2

     pp. 461-465

    Ross K. Holberg

    DEVELOPMENTS IN THE INTERNATIONAL FIELD- Italy's Policy of Pushing Back African Migrants on the High Seas Rejected by the European

     No.2

     pp. 467-474

    Cesar Cuauhtemoc, Garcia Hernandez

    Criminal Defense after Padilla v. Kentucky

     No.3

     pp. 475-521

    Aliza B. Kaplan

    Disabled and Disserved: The Right to Counsel for Mentally Disabled Aliens in Removal Proceedings

     No.3

     pp. 523-569

    Elana Baurer

    Unknown and Unaddressed: The Educational Needs of Afghan Refugee Children in Urban Areas of Pakistan

     No.3

     pp. 571-601

    Peter C. Fulweiler

    The Cascade Effect: The Consequences of the USCIS's Interpretation of Kazarian v. USCIS on Economic Growth

     No.3

     pp. 603-628

    Melinda R. Lewis

    A Right without a Remedy: An Analysis of the Sovereign Immunity Issues Implicated by State Power (or the Lack thereof) over Immigration following Arizona v. United States

     No.3

     pp. 629-654

    Mauhan M. Zonoozy

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH- America's Stutter towards H-1B Immigration Reform in America

     No.3

     pp. 655-662

    Tyler Gatson

    DEVELOPMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL FIELD- CANADIAN HEALTH CARE REFORM AFFECTS IMMIGRATION

     No.3

     pp. 663-665

    Zachary A. Kady

    WHO DECIDES WHERE YOU'RE BORN? ZIVOTOFSKY V CLINTON AND THE RECOGNITION OF FOREIGN STATES

     No.4

     pp. 667-682

    Mike Warley