Immigration Law after 9/11
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This paper looks at changes in U.S. immigration policy after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. It focuses on the abolishment of the INS and its replacement with the new Department of Homeland Security in charge of border protection, enforcement of immigration laws, naturalization, residency permits and asylum claims. It also examines the impact of the Patriot Act.
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