Immigration Law and the Military, book review
John Egan recently reviewed the book “Immigration Law and the Military” by Margaret Stock on Amazon Books:
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“A “go-to” source for reliable information”
Margaret Stock has written the essential resource for anyone working with Immigration Law issues and U.S. Military members. This book should be on the bookshelf of every immigration lawyer who regularly deals with military families, and will be a great help to many Judge Advocate General Corps’ legal assistance staff members as well. While the U.S. is understood to be a nation of immigrants, it is less well-known that our armed forces have long included many thousands of non-citizens. And because our military is deployed worldwide, our U.S. citizen service-members often bring home spouses and family members from overseas. Stock addresses a wide range of situations where the approach to complying with the immigration system turns on the special circumstances facing those who serve our country in uniform. The section on Resources for Solving Military Immigration Problems will be particularly useful to those with command responsibilities over our increasingly diverse forces. Like most law books this is not an inexpensive purchase, but it is well worth the price.