Today, roughly 70 percent of all visas for legal immigration are reserved for family members of permanent residents or American citizens. Family reunification--policies that seek to preserve family unity during or following migration--is a central pillar of current immigration law, but it has existed in some form in American statutes since at least the mid-nineteenth century. In Fictive Kinship, sociologist Catherine Lee delves into the fascinating history of family reunification to examine how and why our conceptions of ...

The Fender Amp Book 1999, Jawbone, London

ISBN-13: 9781871547948


Fender Amp Book (Cloth) 1995, Miller Freeman Books, San Francisco, CA

ISBN-13: 9780879303457