Erin E. Stefonick The Alienability of Alien Suffrage: Taxation Without Representation in 2009 10 Florida Coastal Law Review 691 (Summer 2009) The circuits are currently split as to whether undocumented immigrants are entitled to Second Amendment rights. In 2015, the U.S. Court of Ap' peals for the Seventh Circuit in U.S. v. Meza-Rodriguez became the first circuit to explicitly hold that undocumented immigrants are part of the people referred to in the U.S. Constitution. This... 2016
Victor C. Romero The Congruence Principle Applied: Rethinking Equal Protection Review of Federal Alienage Classifications after Adarand Constructors, Inc. V. Peña 76 Oregon Law Review 425 (Summer 1997) The image of a hotel with each floor representing different immigration statuses provides a way to introduce the confounding immigration system we have in the United States, on both technical and policy levels. The imagery of the hotel helps to explain how one gets into the immigration hotel (the admissions process) and also how one gets kicked out... 2016
Gabriel J. Chin A Chinaman's Chance in Court: Asian Pacific Americans and Racial Rules of Evidence 3 UC Irvine Law Review 965 (December, 2013) A series of events in 2014 brought significant attention to the United States-Mexico border. Over the summer, reports of an influx of undocumented Central American immigrants began circulating. Though most coverage mentioned only children crossing the border, many of these young migrants traveled alongside their mothers. Reports of this influx... 2015
Charles P. Reichmann Anti-chinese Racism at Berkeley: the Case for Renaming Boalt Hall 25 Asian American Law Journal 5 (2018) Between July 1964 and October 1965, Congress enacted the three most important civil rights laws since Reconstruction: The Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1965. As we approach the 50th anniversary of these laws, it is clear that all three have fundamentally remade the... 2015
Carrie L. Rosenbaum Crimmigration--structural Tools of Settler Colonialism 16 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 9 (Fall, 2018) For decades, scholars of immigration law have anticipated the demise of the plenary power doctrine. The Supreme Court could have accomplished this in its recent decision in Kerry v. Din, or it could have reaffirmed plenary power. Instead, the Court produced a splintered decision that did neither. This Essay examines the long process of attrition... 2015
Christopher Mendez Dignity Takings in Leviathanic Immigration Proceedings 21 Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice 403 (2019) Headlines have highlighted the plight of unaccompanied children seeking asylum at our southern border. Some political pundits have called this a crisis, casting blame for the migrant influx on our outdated and confusing immigration policies. Yet further away from the border, another group of migrants--all of whom have already resettled... 2015
Cristina Isabel Ceballos, David Freeman Engstrom, Daniel E. Ho DISPARATE LIMBO: HOW ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ERASED ANTIDISCRIMINATION 131 Yale Law Journal 370 (November, 2021) How does the appearance of racial difference shape our view of citizenship and national identity? This Article seeks to address that question by examining two early twentieth-century cases involving the naturalization of Indian immigrants to the United States. In United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind (1923), the Supreme Court determined that Hindus... 2015
Jayesh M. Rathod Immigrant Labor and the Occupational Safety and Health Regime 33 New York University Review of Law and Social Change 479 (2009) If you know your history Then you would know where you coming from, Then you wouldn't ask me Who the eck do I think I am. --Bob Marley, Buffalo Soldier Courts and judges make mistakes. Sometimes, those mistakes are founded on invidious racial stereotypes and a denial of equal protection under the law. Hong Yen Chang's denial of admission to the... 2015
Evangeline Dech Nonprofit Organizations: Humanizing Immigration Detention 53 California Western Law Review 219 (Spring, 2017) INTRODUCTION. 198 I. CONSTRUCTING THE LEGAL SUBJECT: UNDOCUMENTED DELINQUENT YOUTH AND MULTIPLE LAYERS OF ILLEGALITY. 201 A. Layer One: The Undocumented Child and the Immigration System. 202 1. Rhetoric and the Othering of Immigrants. 204 2. Immigrant Children and Vulnerability. 207 B. Layer Two: State and Local Juvenile Delinquency Systems. 211... 2015
  Panel Two--women in the Global Economy 22 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 325 (2007) Introduction. 235 I. Starting From the First Page: Historicizing Stereotypes of Asian Prostitutes in Early United States Immigration Policy. 239 II. Tonight I Will Be Miss Saigon . . . I'll Win a G.I. and Be Gone: Marriage Fraud and New Conceptions of Asian Prostitution in Twentieth Century Immigration Policy. 245 III. Confess, Repudiate,... 2015
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