United States. : Shortfalls of the 1996 immigration reform legislation : hearing before the Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security, and International Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, first session, April 20, 2007.
Hazleton (Pa.). : Undocumented fears : immigration and the politics of divide and conquer in Hazleton, Pennsylvania / Jamie Longazel.
Illegality -- Early works to 1800. : Motion, in arrest of judgment by Mr. John Sheares, on behalf of Richard Dry, convicted of having tendered an unlawful oath, at the summer assizes, for the county of the city of Cork, 1797.
Illegality -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : At an adjourned meeting of the quarter sessions of the peace, held at Aberdeen, the first day of November, one thousand seven hundred and eighty five years. John Gordon of Craig Preses. It having been represented, that for a course of years past, many complaints had been laid before the justices of peace of this county, against great numbers of people in town and country, for having and using illegal stills, for distilling spirits....
Illegitimacy -- Canada. : Illegitimacy / Institute of Law Research and Reform, The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
Illegitimacy (Canon law) : A report of the case of Horner against Liddiard : upon the question of what consent is necessary to the marriage of illegitimate minors; determined, on the 24th May 1799, in the Consistorial Court of London, by the Right Honourable Sir William Scott, Chancellor of the Diocese: with an Introductory Essay Upon the Theory and the History of Laws Relating to Illegitimate Children, and to the Encouragement of Marriage in General. By Alexander Croke, Esq. LL.D. Advocate in Doctors-Commons.
Illegitimacy -- Colonies -- Germany. : Zum kolonialrechtlichen Problem der Mischbeziehungen zwischen deutschen Reichsangehorigen und Eingeborenen der deutschen Schutzgebiete, unter besonderer Berucksichtigung des Unterhaltsanspruches der unehelichen Mischlinge . / Von Wilhelm Pfläging ... ... ...
Illegitimacy -- England -- London. : A trial by ejectment involving a question of legitimacy, between John Day, of Bedford, Esq., plaintiff and Thomas Day, of Spaldwick, Esq., defendant for the recovery of an estate in the county of Huntingdon, tried at the assizes held there on Monday, July 31, 1797, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Heath, and a special jury [electronic resource].