Jayashri Srikantiah Introduction 16 Stanford Law and Policy Review 317 (2005) In the October 1991 Term, the United States Supreme Court handed down an unprecedented four immigration decisions. In all four, the Court decided in favor of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. In this Article, Professor Kevin R. Johnson explains and analyzes these recent decisions and considers their implications for future immigration... 1993
M. Margaret McKeown , Emily Ryo The Lost Sanctuary: Examining Sex Trafficking Through the Lens of United States V. Ah Sou 41 Cornell International Law Journal 739 (Fall 2008) The United States is a nation of immigrants and refugees. The founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson and others did ... create a civic culture which made it possible for the United States to make Americans out of people from vastly different cultural and religious backgrounds unlike any other country. Therefore, some writers contend that American... 1993
Henry Yu, University of California, Los Angeles Andrew Gyory, Closing the Gate: Race, Politics, and the Chinese Exclusion Act, Chapel Hill: the University of North Carolina Press, 1998. Pp. Xii + 354. $49.95 Cloth (Isbn 0-8078-2432-1); $19.95 Paper (Isbn 0-8078-4739-9). 20 Law and History Review 418 (Summer, 2002) Because Congress is held to have plenary power to exclude aliens from the United States, efforts to eliminate discrimination from this nation's immigration policy tend to rely on basic notions of fairness rather than on the legal rights of aliens. Supporters of the 1965 amendments to the Immigration and Nationality Act employed such a fairness... 1992
Freddy Funes Beyond the Plenary Power Doctrine: How Critical Race Theory Can Help Move Us past the Chinese Exclusion Case 11 Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Minority Issues 341 (Spring 2009) C1-3TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION. 67 II. RELEVANCY. 70 III. THE SETTING. 73 A. Historical U.S. Exclusion of Aliens. 73 B. Historical Treatment of U.S. Citizens with AIDS. 74 IV. LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK. 76 A. Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA). 76 1. General IRCA Provisions. 76 2. General Legalization. 77 B. The HIV Amendment (The... 1992
Alina Das Inclusive Immigrant Justice: Racial Animus and the Origins of Crime-based Deportation 52 U.C. Davis Law Review 171 (November, 2018) In the halls of the University College of Galway, posters advertise the next topic of the school's debate team: Is Ireland the 51st state of the United States? It is estimated that approximately 100,000 Irish immigrants were living illegally in the United States in 1990, and more were soon to follow, due in large part to the Immigration Act of... 1992
Jayashri Srikantiah, Shirin Sinnar White Nationalism as Immigration Policy 71 Stanford Law Review Online 197 (March, 2019) When overzealous government policies make victims of vulnerable segments of society, it is not unusual for alarms to sound in the halls of organizations that champion civil liberties. But when such policies target children, a sensitive nerve is struck in all of us. The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) should not have been surprised,... 1992
Dominique Marangoni-Simonsen A FORGOTTEN HISTORY: HOW THE ASIAN AMERICAN WORKFORCE CULTIVATED MONTEREY COUNTY'S AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY, DESPITE NATIONAL ANTI-ASIAN RHETORIC 27 Hastings Environmental Law Journal 229 (Winter, 2021) A woman from the Philippines was abused by her United States citizen spouse. He threatened to have immigration authorites deport her to the Philippines if she tried to leave him. She stayed. He later cut her all over her back, head, and hands with a meat cleaver. An American citizen married a Polish woman and brought her to the United States.... 1991
Peggy Li Hitting the Ceiling: an Examination of Barriers to Success for Asian American Women 29 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 140 (Winter 2014) I. Plenary Power as Constitutional Law A. Classical Immigration Law B. Plenary Power in the Early Modern Era II. Phantom Norms, Statutory Interpretation, and Constitutional Change A. Constitutional Norms and Statutory Interpretation B. The Emergence of Phantom Norm Decisionmaking in Immigration Law C. Constitutional Change: From Phantom Norms to... 1990
Janine Silga The Ambiguity of the Migration and Development Nexus Policy Discourse: Perpetuating the Colonial Legacy? 24 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 163 (Spring, 2020) The debate over American immigration policy has always reflected both high ideals and base impulses. This dialectic has affected immigration law doctrine in distinctive ways. Uncertainty about the constitutional rights of aliens, the power of Congress and the executive and the proper role of the judiciary have made immigration law concepts... 1990
Harvey Gee Some Thoughts and Truths about Immigration Myths: the "Huddled Masses" Myth: Immigration and Civil Rights 39 Valparaiso University Law Review 939 (Summer, 2005) Section 901 of the Foreign Relations Act, Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989, guarantees that some aliens will not be excluded or deported because of their ideological expression or association. Resident aliens and members of the Palestine Liberation Organization are excepted from section 901 and are, therefore, subject to ideological exclusion. This... 1989
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