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Immigration case questions status of ‘aged-out’ child applicants (access required)


WASHINGTON — At oral arguments on Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court scrutinized the language of federal immigration statutes to determine whether a visa applicant’s child who ages out of automatic eligibility while waiting in the queue for available visas must ...

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No Equitable Tolling from INS Official’s Advice (access required)

A Russian citizen’s claim that an immigration official erroneously advised she could file for a marriage-based green card directly with the U.S. Customs and Immigration Services even though her asylum appeal was currently pending does not support  equitable tolling of ...

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Attorneys lay out immigration reform wish list (access required)

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When congressional lawmakers return from the summer recess on Sept. 9, they could decide to take up an issue that has stalled in Washington for decades: immigration reform. Although the momentum that existed earlier this year among lawmakers of both ...

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