A.A. v. Att’y Gen. United States

In A.A. v. Att’y Gen. United States, the 3rd Circuit interpreted the phrase “undesignated terrorist organizations” of the Immigration and Nationality Act to affirm the denial of the petitioner’s asylum. The lower court found that the petitioner had provided material support to an “undesignated terrorist organization.”

Abdulla v. U.S. Att’y Gen.

In Abdulla v. U.S. Att’y Gen., the Third Circuit joined the 2nd, 8th, 9th, as well as 10th circuits and held that the Court did not have jurisdiction to review the Board of Immigration Appeals decision not to self-certify an untimely appeal.

Calderon-Rosas v. Attorney General

Calderon-Rosas paid a now-disbarred attorney to represent him in removal proceedings, and Calderon-Rosas was ordered deported after that attorney failed to present key evidence supporting his application for cancellation of removal. Calderon-Rosas sought a new hearing, arguing that he was deprived of due process by, among other things, his attorney’s ineffective assistance, but the Board of … Read more