Legal Citations for ILW.COM's Seminar
""I Like To Be An American!": Current Issues In U.S.
Naturalization And Nationality Law "
Part 1 held on July 30, 2003
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From Robert Mautino
From Angelo Paparelli
- Subchapter III (§§ 301 to 361) of the INA
- BCIS regulations at 8 CFR §§ 301 to 392
- INS Interpretations which contain court cases not modified since approximately 1993 - but a helpful starting point
- Volume 7 Gordon, Mailman & Yale-Loehr, Immigration Law and Procedure.
- U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization Handbook, 2003 Edition, Daniel Levy updated by Mary A. Kenney under auspices of the National Lawyers Guild (Thompson West).
- INS General Counsel Opinion (14 September 1995; HQ 319-P).
From Joel Paget
- March 13, 2002 USDOJ Memorandum - INS to allow legal guardian or other person to act as proxy to sign naturalization form for physically or mentally disabled applicant.
- Public Law 106-448/INA Section 337 and June 30, 2003 BCIS HQ Memo HQISD 70/30 - BCIS will waive oath if applicant has a physical or developmental disability or mental impairment.
- Policy Memo No. 47 April 7. 1999; Interpreter Releases 677-79; 693-711 (May 3, 1999) - detailed guidance on meaning of the terms of developmental disabled, mental impairment and physically disabled.
- 8 C.F.R. Section 328.2(e) - military serving abroad not impacted by residency requirements.
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