Immigration Law

U.S. immigration law refers to the body of substantive law made up from the federal statutes, regulatory guidance, and precedents set by case law that controls legal and illegal immigration into the United States. While the federal government is in control of the naturalization process, states can regulate immigration based on their local jurisdiction. After the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, American immigration laws also apply to terrorism aversion activities.

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