This research guide offers a starting point for Immigration Law research. The guide includes primary and secondary law associated with Immigration Law, government agencies that deal with immigration issues, current awareness resources and other additional resources that can be used to assist you with your research.
Please note that a number of the resources listed in this research guide are subscription services that can only be accessed by UC Law students, faculty, and staff. You will be prompted to follow the directions listed in Off Campus Access to Databases if you are accessing these resources from home. Additionally, Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law can only be accessed by students, faculty, and staff of the UC Law school. Please use your unique username and password to sign in to each database.
When searching for works on immigration and the law, it is important to use the library catalog to find the exact location of books. The catalog will also tell you if a book is checked out and can also help you find books located at the Reserve desk or in other special library collections.
If you would like to browse immigration books in the library, this guide lists the library call number ranges for some of the basic categories of gender and law issues. Note: you can also use the library catalog to browse by call number electronically.
LC3701-3740 Immigrants or ethnic and linguistic minorities. Bilingual schools and bilingual education
LC3745-3747 Children of immigrants (First generation)
K5000-5582 Criminal law and procedure
K7155-7197 Domestic relations. Family law
K7157-7179 Marriage. Husband and wife
K7181-7197 Parent and child. Guardian and ward
JV1-9480 Colonies and colonization. Emigration and immigration. International migration
JV6001-9480 Emigration and immigration. International migration
HT201-221 City population. Including children in cities, immigration
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