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Introduction
I.  The Aggravated Felony Provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act and the Deportation of Cambodian
Criminal Noncitizens

    A.  A Century of Inequity in U.S. Immigration Law and Policy: The Chinese Exclusion Case and the Plenary Power Doctrine
    B.  The Development of the Aggravated Felony Provision
    C.  Indefinite Detention and the Case of Kim Ho Ma
II.  Current Legal Theories for Cambodians in
Deportation Proceedings

    A.  Refugee Waiver Theory
    B.  U.S. National Theory
    C.  Problems with the Current Theories
III.  Recent Judicial Developments in the Implementation of International Human Rights on U.S. Immigration
    A.  The Facts of Maria v. McElroy and Beharry v. Reno
    B.  The Aftermath of Maria and Beharry: Extending the International Human Rights Argument to Cambodian Refugees
Conclusion