Making Litigating Citizenship More Fair

10 Pages Posted: 9 Jun 2020 Last revised: 16 Jun 2020

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Ming Hsu Chen

University of Colorado Law School; Center for the Study of Law & Society; University of Colorado, Boulder - Political Science

Date Written: May 14, 2020

Abstract

This review essay responds to "Litigating Citizenship," in which Cassandra Burke Robertson and Irina D. Manta chart the contours of expanding immigration enforcement in the Trump administration and ask, "How do we determine when a particular individual meets — or fails to meet — the legal requirements that determine citizenship under our laws?” It lauds their focus on challenges to citizenship as a much-needed spotlight on the excesses of modern immigration policy and their effect on our democracy.

Keywords: immigration, citizenship, due process

Suggested Citation

Chen, Ming Hsu, Making Litigating Citizenship More Fair (May 14, 2020). 73 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 133 (2020), U of Colorado Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 20-28, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3601096

Ming Hsu Chen (Contact Author)

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University of Colorado, Boulder - Political Science ( email )

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