Immigration and Nationality Law Review
Volume Two of Immigration and Nationality Law Review continues to represent a centralized annual forum for the paramount articles concerning American immigration laws. In addition to the law review articles selected by the editor for inclusion in this second volume, two original essays by practitioners in immigration law are featured. Mark Mancini examines excludability for lack of a valid labor certification as a species of fraud, and Dan P. Danilov reviews and discusses recent changes regarding nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for workers, businessmen, managers and investors. The Review’s goal remains that of providing the practicing lawyer and legal researcher with a single source for noteworthy articles in immigration and nationality law.
Bernard D. Reams, Jr., Introduction, 2 Immigr. & Nat’lity L. Rev. vi (1978).