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Denial of Discretionary Waiver of Removal Cannot Be Appealed, Says Court
Denial of Discretionary Waiver of Removal Cannot Be Appealed, Says Court

The US Court of Appeals For the 10th Circuit held in a recent decision that an order from the immigration judge denying a discretionary waiver of removal cannot be overturned unless there is a constitutional claim or legal question. Munis v. Holder Case No. 12-9593 (C.A. 10, ...

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Blog posts in July, 2013

  • K-4 Visa: Akram V. Holder Challenges Green Card Denial to K-4 Child over 18 When Parent Married

    In the recent court case Akram v. Holder, decided on July 9, 2013, the US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit challenged the law that has ...

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  • New T Visa and U Visa Changes Benefit Applicants

    The US Department of State issued last month a June 2013 cable explaining recent T and U visa changes that were enacted by Congress in March 2013. ...

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  • AAO Case Decision re Entrepreneurs: EB-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa

    In order to grasp a true understanding of the criteria a foreign national entrepreneur must meet in order to qualify for an immigration visa, it is ...

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  • Obama Administration Gives Green Light to Same-Sex Marriage Immigration Visa

    Will the Obama administration allow same-sex married spouses to get green cards based on marriage to a US citizen or resident? All signs point to yes. ...

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  • Senate Immigration Reform Bill 744 Analyzed

    The Pathway to Legalization and Citizenship immigration bill that was passed in the U.S. Senate, Bill S. 744 (which has yet to be passed by the US ...

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