Purdue CL816 Entire Class
CL816: Immigration Law
Immigration law has a significant impact on individuals, families, businesses, nonprofits, and national security. Immigration intersects with employment law, criminal law, and family law. This course will prepare you for the practical application of immigration law. You will learn about the process of legally entering the United States and how people can become U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents. This course will also explore the consequences of entering or remaining in the U.S. without authorization. Additionally, the course will discuss how people can lose their citizenship or permanent residency. You would benefit from taking Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure before this course but are not required to do so.
Note: This entire class includes discussions, assignments, course projects, and exams