Tag: #Immigration

K.A. v. Att’y Gen.

In K.A. v. Att’y Gen., the Third Circuit held that a New Jersey state conviction for second-degree robbery, N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1, is an aggravated felony under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

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Aristy-Rosa v. Att’y Gen. of U.S.

The Third Circuit granted the Government’s request to publish its earlier non-precedential opinion in Aristy-Rosa v. Att’y Gen. of U.S. The petitioner was ordered removed because he was a lawful

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State v. Lopez-Carrera

In State v. Lopez-Carerra, the New Jersey Supreme Court granted leave to appeal from the Appellate Division’s ruling in State v. Molchor, 464 N.J. Super. 274 (App. Div. 2020). In

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Sunuwar v. Att’y Gen.

In Sunuwar v. Att’y Gen., an immigration judge ruled that the petitioner was removable as an alien who was convicted of an aggravated felony, a crime of domestic violence and

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H.V.D.M. v. R.W.

In H.V.D.M. v. R.W., the Appellate Division dealt with an appeal from the Chancery Division where the lower court dismissed the plaintiff’s complaint wherein she sought sole custody of a

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Nkomo v. AG United States

Nkomo v. AG United States involved a petition to review the Board of Immigration Appeals’s denial of a motion to reopen Nkomo’s removal proceedings. Nkomo was ordered removed after she

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Rad v. Att’y Gen. United States

In Rad v. Att’y Gen. United States, the defendant appealed the Board of Immigration Appeals’ finding that his violations of the CAN-SPAM Act necessarily entailed deceit, and therefore satisfied the

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Khan v. Att’y Gen.

Khan v. Att’y Gen. was an appeal of the Board of Immigration Appeals’ order, which denied Khan’s petition for cancellation of removal. The 3rd Circuit denied Khan’s petition to review

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Martinez v. Att’y Gen.

In Martinez v. Att’y Gen., the 3rd Circuit employed the categorical approach in holding that the New Jersey state offense of criminal sexual contact, N.J.S.A. § 2C:14-3(b), constitutes sexual abuse of

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Larios v. Att’y Gen.

In Larios v. Att’y Gen. the 3rd Circuit utilized the modified categorical approach and held that Larios’s conviction of terroristic threats in NJ state court was not a crime involving

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