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Proposed Rule Changes for Asylum Cases and Withholding of Removal
Proposed Rule Changes for Asylum Cases and Withholding of Removal

In a joint statement issued June 15, The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed changes to regulations covering credible fear determinations, withholding of removal and protection under the Convention Against Torture (CAT). The ...

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Blog posts in Removal Proceedings

  • Standards of Proof in Removal Proceedings: Know Your Rights

    If you are a foreign national in removal proceedings , the burden of proof you will face is different depending upon how you entered the United States ...

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  • Court Finds Colorado Child Abuse Conviction Does Not Prohibit Discretionary Relief from Removal

    A US court recently held that certain convictions for child abuse involving criminal negligence to not prohibit a person from applying for ...

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  • The Role of The Immigration Lawyer During the Criminal Process

    Certain criminal convictions can cause a permanent resident or a non-citizen alien to be placed in removal. A conviction that could be categorized as ...

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  • Difficulties and Risks in Asylum Claims

    There are many people throughout the world who live in desperate conditions and wish to come to the United States in order to achieve freedom from ...

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  • Deportations Speed up with the Secure Communities Initiative

    A California man recently went from a bicycle ride in Livermore to a bus trip to Mexico in only a few days, thanks to the Secure Communities program. ...

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  • Deportability and Inadmissibility in Removal Proceedings

    Foreign nationals in removal proceedings have certain rights. In some cases the government is required to prove its charges against the individual, ...

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  • Permanent Residence through Marriage

    One of the most common areas of family immigration law involves the marriage of a foreign national to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Often, a ...

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  • Effect of Padilla v. Kentucky on Defense Attorneys

    In the 2010 Supreme Court Decision Padilla v. Kentucky, 130 S. Ct. 1473 (2010), Justice Stevens, writing for the majority, imposed upon defense ...

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