Tag: #Immigration

Mirambeaux v. Att’y Gen.

In Mirambeaux v. Att’y Gen., the Board of Immigration of Appeals ruled that the petitioner was convicted of an aggravated felony and thus ineligible for withholding of removal. The petitioner

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Hernandez-Morales v. Att’y Gen.

In Hernandez-Morales v. Att’y Gen., the 3rd Circuit held that Hernandez-Morales was “dressing up” discretionary rulings made by an immigration judge as well as the Board of Immigration Appeals as

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Tazu v. Att’y Gen. United States

In Tazu v. Att’y Gen. United States, the 3rd Circuit held that 8 U.S.C. §1252(g) stripped the district court of jurisdiction to hear a habeas petition in which the petitioner sought

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United States v. Jabateh

In United States v. Jabateh, the 3rd Circuit affirmed the defendant’s convictions for immigration fraud and perjury. While the 3rd Circuit agreed with the defendant that the government did not

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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.

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Romero v. AG USA

In Romero v. AG USA, the petitioner sought review of an Immigration Judge’s (“IJ”) determination that he was not entitled to relief from reinstatement of his prior removal order. The

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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

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Cabeda v. AG USA

In Cabeda v. AG USA, the 3rd Circuit utilized the categorical approach to determine whether and how a conviction under state law will have consequences under federal law, specifically in

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Sathanthrasa v. AG USA

The 3rd Circuit held that the Board of Immigration Appeals abused its discretion, because, when it denied the petitioner asylum, the BIA failed to consider the “reasons for the denial”

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Blanco v. Attorney General

The 3rd Circuit ruled in Blanco v. Attorney General that the petitioner had established past persecution where he had been kidnapped, beaten, and had his life threatened repeatedly because he

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