A recently published special issue of the journal Law & Policy, dated April 2012; 34(2), deals with the state and local creation and enforcement of immigration law.
Marie Provine and Monica Varsanyi (special issue co-editors)
Table of Contents
Doris Marie Provine and Monica W. Varsanyi. “Scaled down: Perspectives on state and local creation and enforcement of immigration law. Introduction to special issue of Law & Policy.“ (pp. 105-112).
Lina Newton. “Policy innovation or vertical integration? A view of immigration federalism from the states.” (pp. 113-137)
Monica W. Varsanyi, Paul G. Lewis, Doris Marie Provine, and Scott Decker. “A multilayered jurisdictional patchwork: Immigration federalism in the United States.” (pp. 138-158)
Mathew Coleman. “The ‘local’ migration state: The site-specific devolution of immigration enforcement in the U.S. South.” (pp. 159-190)
Amada Armenta. “From sheriff’s deputies to immigration officers: Screening immigrant status in a Tennessee jail.” (pp. 191-210).
Rupaleem Bhuyan. “Negotiating citizenship on the frontlines: How the devolution of Canadian immigration policy shapes service delivery to women fleeing abuse.” (pp. 211-236).