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Immigration law: explore it, search it, and bookmark it! Immigration lawyers and practitioners in the United States frequently consult four sources of law and procedure: the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), the Eighth Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), the Immigration Court Practice Manual, and the Board of Immigration Appeals Practice Manual. These sources of law and procedure are available in books and on websites. Both have problems. Books are heavy, particularly for lawyers who lug them to court, and they are slow or impossible to search for specific words or phrases, for example "immigrant visa". Many book versions of the CFR deemphasize the hierarchical nature of that Code, making it difficult to find deeply nested subsections such as 8 CFR § 204.1(a)(5)(i). One may "bookmark" important sections of books with adhesive tabs, but adhesive tabs fall out. Book versions of the CFR often use a tiny, difficult-to-read font. Some websites are easy to search for specific words or phrases, but websites may not allow bookmarking of specific subsections, and websites require Internet connectivity. Books and websites share the problem that they incompletely indicate which INA subsections correspond to which CFR sections, if they contain any indication at all. These correspondences are important. An attorney reading the INA subsection about voluntary departure, for example, would want to see the corresponding subsection of the CFR because both have the force of law. This app, Immigration, addresses the shortcomings of books and websites. Users can easily navigate to desired subsections of the INA, CFR, and Practice Manuals with a few taps. Users can quickly search for specific words or phrases, seeing each subsection that contains them. For example, a search for "visa petition" in the CFR immediately reveals 95 subsections containing that phrase. Users can apply named bookmarks to any subsection and easily navigate these bookmarks. Users can jump between corresponding INA and CFR sections, for example INA § 240B and 8 CFR § 240.25, which both concern voluntary departure. Finally, users can set font size based on their devices' Dynamic Type setting or app-specific preference. You have the option of buying a monthly, auto-renewing subscription, called "Updates", which provides regular updates to the laws and procedures. This subscription is charged at time of confirmation to your iTunes account and then monthly. Your subscription will be charged to your credit card during the 24 hours before the end of the current period through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can manage subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal in the Settings app. You can find instructions for canceling your subscription in this Terms of Use document: This document is also known as the End User License Agreement (EULA) or the Terms of Service.

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Dec 05, 2014

This app has the info I need for a quick reference, and is so much better than lugging books or a laptop around! Navigation through the app is a breeze, but it could use some fine tuning. For one, I would make each cell sized to the text instead of scrolling. Two would be to add a button to bring up the bookmark and other buttons. This is a must have app for any immigration attorney and I look forward to future updates!

HK LegalEagle
Jan 22, 2014

This is a great reference - two bodies of definitive immigration law all in one place. Easy to use, and so much lighter than books. I recommend this app for any US immigration specialist or for those just interested in immigration issues.

Sep 06, 2014

Here are the things needed to be improved: - Too small of a canvas space for text making it hard to scroll up and down on iPhone and thumb covers the text. Author should create appropriate amount of canvas depending on the length of text in the section. - The prompt screen giving three options of copy, open, or book mark is not very intuitive. Once the section is clicked, it should expand the section, then there should be an option to copy or bookmark afterwards. Looking forward to the update!

Jul 28, 2014

Anyone studying law, especially immigration, should get this app. Great interface and very easy to pull the information you need. Recommend! 👍

Dec 16, 2014

I've tried the competitor app, and this one is so much better. My favorite feature is the scrolling tab bar.

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About Immigration

Developed by Josh Adams.

Immigration is ranking in   Reference & Productivity

Last update was at Mar 01, 2021and the current version is 4.2.

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Immigration have a 19a user reviews.

Immigration was released in the App Store. It is developed by Josh Adams, who have also released the following apps.

Immigration has 19 user reviews.​

Immigration has an average rating of 4.5. ​The latest version of Immigration 4.2​ ​​was ​released on Mar 01, 2021​.

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