VOLOKH at law.ucla.edu
Thu Jan 19 09:18:37 PST 2006
I believe nonresident aliens are categorically exempt from the
draft, unless I'm mistaken. I'd guess that certain treaties also
provide citizens of the contracting countries treaty rights that
citizens of the U.S. do not possess. I'd also love to hear what tax
scholars on this list have to say on whether foreign citizens ever get
preferential tax treatment under U.S. law compared to U.S. citizens.
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[mailto:conlawprof-bounces at lists.ucla.edu] On Behalf Of Marty Lederman
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Subject: Re: Query
Has there ever been a law granting aliens greater protections than U.S.
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> Can anyone think of a case in which a federal court struck down a
> law giving aliens greater legal protections than U.S. nationals on the
> basis of an equal protection violation?
> Thanks in advance!
> Francisco Forrest Martin
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