|James A. R. Nafziger
||The General Admission of Aliens under International Law
||77 American Journal of International Law 804 (October, 1983)
||One often reads or hears that a state has a right to exclude all aliens from its territory unless a treaty obligation requires admission. Frequently, that proposition prefaces discussion of such issues as immigration quotas, expulsion and deportation of aliens, justiciability and procedural due process in litigation involving immigration questions,...
||Developments in the Law Immigration and Nationality
||66 Harvard Law Review 643 (February, 1953)
||C1-8TABLE OF CONTENTS L1-8 PAGE L2-7,T7Introduction 644 I. L2-7,T7Immigration: Admission and Exclusion of Aliens 647 A. L3-7,T7Numerical Restriction: The Quota System 648 L4-7,T7Determination of Quota 648 L4-7,T7Allocation to Quota 650 (a) L6-7,T7Quota to Which Alien Is Chargeable 650. (b) L6-7,T7Preferences within the Quota 651. (c) L6-7,T7Special...