A guide to all facets of US immigration and nationality law, this publication provides an analysis of the law and outlines the requirements, rights and privileges of aliens and others affected by the law. It includes case citations and explanations of actual and expected Immigration and Naturalization Service procedures. The authors cover the latest developments in the law, and how those developments apply to specific cases; how the law affects aliens, employers and families; what the law requires of aliens; and what aliens can do to protect their rights and privileges under the law. The text also includes a discussion of documents necessary for entry into the United States, a full explanation of residence requirements for naturalization and procedures for obtaining a visa. The price quoted for the work covers one year's worth of service (four updates).