Tag Archives: Immigration

‘Ambiguous’ whether Honduran would face future threat (access required)

Where the record was “ambiguous” and “inconclusive” on whether a woman’s life would be threatened if she returned to Honduras, because she suffered past persecution due to her membership in particular social groups she qualified for withholding of removal. However, ...

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Virginia conviction renders petitioner removable (access required)

Although Virginia’s controlled substance statute is broader than its federal counterpart and penalizes the possession of substances that are not illegal under federal law, the statute is divisible. Thus, the Board of Immigration Appeals did not err in concluding that ...

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Noncitizens facing removal are entitled to bond hearing (access required)

Where noncitizens are awaiting the outcome of proceedings on their petitions to withhold removal based on a fear of persecution or torture in other countries, they are entitled to bond hearings that could lead to their release during those proceedings. ...

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