As Immigration and Nationality Act is silent regarding the basis for determining whether a conviction is for a particularly serious crime, interpretation by Board of… Read More »BIA Deference given to particulary serious crime
-Immigration Law- Where petitioner was threatened, harassed, fined, detained, and beaten because he opposed systemic government corruption perpetrated by a powerful politician and government official,… Read More »Circuit Court of Appeal Reverses BIA denial of Asylum
BIA finds that it generally lacks authority to reopen final exclusion, deportation, or removal proceedings where an alien seeks to pursue relief over which neither… Read More »BIA on Authority to Reopen Removal Proceedings Where USCIS Has Jurisdiction over Relief Request
Question: I am in Immigration Court proceedings and the Immigration Judge wants to take away my Green Card. However, I adjusted status many years ago… Read More »New BIA case hits people in deportation hard.
Question: I am in deportation proceedings. I have been in the U.S. for many years and am just trying to get by. The Immigration Judge… Read More »The Attorney General Disciplines the Immigration Judges
Person lost in Immigration Court and the BIA due to a drug conviction. We filed in the Circuit Court and that was remanded to the… Read More »Case Remanded from the BIA and the Circuit Court
The court grants petition for review and remands. Finds no regulation specifies that USCIS must reject a signed application accompanied by an unsigned check for… Read More »CA9 Holds BIA Erred in Finding Application Improperly Filed Because of Unsigned Check