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Attorney’s Fees Awarded for Citizenship Denial (access required)

A Jordanian native who was denied citizenship because of alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood wins $47,577 in attorney’s fees and costs, as the government’s position was not “substantially justified”; an Alexandria U.S. District Court says the applicant’s membership in ...

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Rule lets some undocumented immigrants stay in U.S. (access required)

A new federal rule will allow certain undocumented immigrants who are applying for permanent residency to stay in the U.S. while they seek waivers to remain in the country, rather than require them to wait overseas while their applications are ...

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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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Deportation After ‘Material Support’ for Guerrillas (access required)

An El Salvadoran native loses his request for review of the Board of Immigrations Appeals’ final order saying he was ineligible for a “special removal” cancellation of deportation under the Nicaraguan and Central American Relief Act of 1997; the 4th ...

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