Illegal reentry, Illegal reentrants, Immigration and Nationality Act, INA, Section 276
Constitutional Law | Immigration Law | Law and Society
As the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) begins removing more and more aliens, a growing number are reentering illegally after their removal. Many of those reentering do not realize that by doing so they are committing a crime. The case law in this area is quite complex and fraught with constitutional considerations. This article provides an overview of the crime of illegal reentry under Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) § 276.
Yale-Loehr, Stephen W. and Valente, Rachel J., "Current Trends in Illegal Reentry Cases" (2000). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. 584.
Stephen W. Yale-Loehr & Rachel J. Valente, "Current Trends in Illegal Reentry Cases", 3 Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law (1999-2000)