Tag: #Immigration

State v. Aburoumi

In State v. Aburoumi, which involved a collateral attack on a criminal conviction, the Appellate Division ruled that an evidentiary hearing was needed where the defendant claimed he was not

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Sanchez v. Sec’y US DHS

In Sanchez v. Sec’y US DHS, the 3rd Circuit held that conferral of Temporary Protected Status under § 1254a of the Immigration and Nationality Act does not constitute an “admission”

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State v. Molchor

In State v. Molchor, the consolidated pretrial detention appeals raised the question: does the Criminal Justice Reform Act (CJRA or Act), N.J.S.A. 2A:162-15 to -26, authorize a court to detain

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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

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Guzman v. Attorney General

#ImmigrationLaw #Removal 04/17/20- Guzman left El Salvador and entered the U.S. seeking relief pursuant to the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and the Convention Against Torture (CAT). The Immigration Judge denied his

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