1. Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity
This report provides an overview of the major immigration consequences of criminal activity. It provides a good starting point for practitioners new to this area.
2. Categorical Analysis of Immigration Consequences
The “categorical approach” is used to determine whether a prior criminal offense triggers an immigration consequence under immigration law-for instance, whether a prior criminal conviction renders a noncitizen removable. This video introduces the basics of the “categorical approach” and explains in simple terms how it is used.
3. Divisibility of Criminal Statutes and the Modified Categorical Analysis of Immigration Consequences
When diving deeper into the “categorical” analysis, you’ll need to learn more about “modified categorical analysis” and “divisibility,” which are set forth in clear terms in this video.