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Denial of asylum to domestic abuse victim was arbitrary and capricious (access required)

The Board of Immigration Appeals acted arbitrarily and capriciously when it upheld the decision of an immigration judge denying asylum to a victim of domestic violence whose uncontroverted testimony established that the police in her home country frequently ignored her ...

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Taking custodial liberties with child a deportable offense (access required)

A defendant who pleaded guilty to taking custodial indecent liberties with a child, a felony under Virginia law, was deportable under the Immigration and Nationality Act because the offense categorically qualified as the aggravated felony of sexual abuse of a ...

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Documents in application all that is needed to decide TPS (access required)

Although a defendant satisfied the requirements to receive temporary protected status, or TPS,  and would have been granted TPS had the Immigration and Naturalization Service reviewed all documents in its possession, the denial of TPS was not fundamentally unfair because ...

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Decision on prisoner’s custody of child needed review (access required)

Where an immigration judge determined that an imprisoned father did not have physical custody of his child for purposes of the Child Citizenship Act, that decision should have been reviewed de novo by the Board of Immigration Appeals. Background Howard ...

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