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Find Immigration Law at socialaw.com ​+ Two Upcoming Virtual Immigration Law Programs

Posted: Sep 11, 2020

Social Law Library members have REMOTE ACCESS to a wide range of resources about immigration law. These include online databases and e-books for attorneys with a range of experience in immigration matters.

Online Databases

AILALINK:  Produced by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, ailalink contains laws, regulations, decisions and government manuals as well as AILA publications such as Kurzban’s Immigration Sourcebook.

HEIN ONLINE:  Access to compiled legislative histories of laws such as the Immigration Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-649) and the Immigration Amendments of 1988 (Public Law 100-658) and  law review and bar journals articles.

LEGAL TRAC: Index to legal periodicals with many full text articles.

NOLO BOOKS AND FORMS: This database gives remote access to full text books including U.S. Immigration Made Easy http://encore.socialaw.com/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1150548

And How to Get A Green Card
http://encore.socialaw.com/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1152495

E-BOOKS: Full text of practice books including Immigration Law & Practice in a Nutshell http://encore.socialaw.com/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1144858 and The J Visa Guidebook http://encore.socialaw.com/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1152350

For more information search the online catalog: encore.socialaw.com or email reference@socialaw.com

Online Continuing Legal Education
Upcoming this fall we are offering two immigration law webinars to help practitioners  know how to best represent their noncitizen clients.

On September 22 join us for  IMMIGRATION AND FAMILY LAW and on October 6 we are offering IMMIGRATION CONSEQUENCES OF CRIMINAL CONDUCT.

Want to know more about the resources you get access to with a Social Law Membership? Sign up for a virtual grand tour of our online resources!

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