In the united states federal law governs all immigration matters more specifically the us constitution has allocated absolute power to congress as it relates to regulating matters of immigration policy this has led to certain restrictions for noncitizens living in the us such as deprioritization for public sector employment for example. Understanding immigration law lays out the basics of us immigration law in an accessible way to newcomers to the field it offers background about the intellectual historical and constitutional foundations of us immigration law. The immigration and naturalization act stipulates clear guidelines that define immigration laws in the united states generally immigration is based upon four main principles reunification of families protecting refugees admitting immigrants that have valuable skills to the economy of the us and promoting diversity
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