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  • Article: The Immigrant Inspector's Handbook- Gone But Not Forgotten. By Jan H. Brown

    The Immigrant Inspector's Handbook- Gone But Not Forgotten


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    About The Author

    Jan H. Brown Jan H. Brown is a principal in the Law Offices of Jan H. Brown, P.C., centered in New York City. He has been practicing immigration and nationality law since 1979 and frequently lectures and writes on the subject of U.S. immigration law. Mr. Brown is a long time senior editor of AILA's Immigration and Nationality Handbook and editorial reviewer for Kurtzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook. His editorial cartoons have appeared in various publications, including Liberal Opinion Week and AILA's Immigration Law Today. Jan Brown represents clients across the immigration spectrum, from removal defense to EB-1 extraordinary ability workers. He is past chair of the AILA New York Chapter and currently co-chairs the New York State Bar Association's Immigration and Nationality Law Committee; as such he is active in efforts to reform our immigration system.

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    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Retired INS's Avatar
      Retired INS -
      It has been many years since I have seen an Immigration Inspector Handbook. Just as well, most of us in the INS never kept our books up to date with the changes that came and had to be inserted into the handbook. It is interesting reading, thanks for posting it.
    1. yellow23's Avatar
      yellow23 -
      Anyway, it's useful to know this info.
    1. Retired INS's Avatar
      Retired INS -
      Quote Originally Posted by yellow23 View Post
      Anyway, it's useful to know this info.
      I have an INS Investigators handbook from 1969 that is much more interesting if you are interested in old enforcement policies. Among other things, it explains the Chinese Confession Program, which was an amnesty program for Chinese living under false identities. This program lasted from 1956 to 1965.
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