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Immigration Law


This research guide provides researchers with information on United States federal immigration law. Topics covered include how and where to access federal statutes, regulations, and cases that impact immigration in the United States, as well as secondary sources such as books, journals, news sites, and blogs that publish immigration-specific content. Both subscription resources available to ASU community members and free resources, available in print and online, are detailed.

Another immigration-related guide from the Ross-Blakley Law Library that may be of interest to immigration law researchers is the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Research Guide. This guide provides general information and links to resources about the DACA program.

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The reference librarians at the Ross-Blakley Law Library are happy to help you find or navigate research resources. Librarians are available 9am-4pm Monday-Thursday and 9am-2pm on Friday.

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Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (COL) Students

  • Make an Appointment with a Law Librarian: COL students can make an individual appointment with a law librarian for one-on-one assistance by submitting an online request form. Appointments are available in-person, by phone, or via Zoom.
  • Group Research Training with a Law Librarian: This is an opportunity for groups of three or more COL students to receive personalized research training on any legal research topic. The Law Library’s expert reference librarians will meet with your group and provide instruction and training to meet your research needs. Group trainings can be held in-person or via Zoom.
  • Chat with a Law Librarian: COL students can connect with a law librarian via LibChat during reference hours