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Immigration Law: Cases & Administrative Law Decisions

Cases & Administrative Decisions

Various courts and administrative agencies issue decisions, including the United States Supreme Court, the United States Courts of Appeal, United States District Courts, and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).  Immigration law cases and decisions are therefore found in a variety of resources.

Cases & Administrative Decisions: Resources

Administrative Decisions under Immigration and Nationality Laws - Department of Justice, decisions of the Attorney General, Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, Board of Immigration Appeals
Call Number: UST Law Web Resources
Available online at LLMC Digital


Interpreter Release
Interpreter Releases provides weekly analysis of legislative, administrative, and judicial developments related to immigration law.

Call Number: UST Law Stacks K9 .N74
Available on Westlaw

Unpublished BIA Decisions
Immigrant & Refugee Appellate Center

Federal Immigration Cases & Decisions on Westlaw and LexisNexis

Databases on Westlaw:

Federal Immigration - Cases
"Cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, courts of appeals, district courts, bankruptcy courts, Court of Federal Claims, Tax Court, military courts, and related federal and territorial courts that relate to the rights and disabilities of foreign persons in the United States. Coverage begins with 1789."


Federal Immigration - Board of Immigration Appeals' Administrative Decisions
Federal Immigration- Board of Immigration Appeals' Administrative Decisions has decisions of the Department of Justice, Board of Immigration Appeals, and reviews of decisions by the attorney general."