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Removal Allowed for Card-Carrying ‘Terrorist’ (access required)

An Angolan citizen cannot overturn the Board of Immigration Appeals’ denial of relief from removal, as his activities of paying monthly dues to and hanging posters for a terrorist organization disqualify him under the “Material Support Bar,” the 4th Circuit ...

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VA Disability Rating Gets ‘Substantial’ Weight (access required)

A claimant who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder due to his combat experience in Vietnam gets another chance to win social security disability benefits, as the 4th Circuit says the administrative law judge erred by failing to give retrospective consideration to ...

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Insignia Convictions Upheld for Fake Officer (access required)

A former Marine who intentionally misrepresented his military service record in seeking veterans’ benefits and by wearing a high-ranking uniform and numerous medals that he had not earned, is convicted on charges of making false statements to obtain benefits, converting ...

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