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BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 27 (3887 – 2017-) Executive Office for Immigration Review

BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 25 (3643 – 3765) BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 26 (2012-2017 (3766-3886) Executive Office for Immigration Review BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 27 (3887-2017-) Executive Office for Immigration Review DEANG, 27 I&N Dec. 57 (BIA 2017) ID 3896 … Continue reading

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BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 26 (2012-2017) Executive Office for Immigration Review

BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 25 (3643 – 3765) BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 26 (2012-2017 (3766-3886) Executive Office for Immigration Review BIA Precedent Decisions Volume 27 (Volume 27 (3887-2017-) Executive Office for Immigration Review FLORES-ABARCA, 26 I&N Dec. 992 (BIA 2017) … Continue reading

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CA7 affirms BIA denial of Asylum, declined remand because no evidence presented to show that new claim was previously unavailable

Barragan-Ojeda v. Sessions, No. 16-2964 (7th Cir. 2017) Barragan‐Ojeda, an 18-year-old citizen of Mexico, entered the U.S. without authorization in 2013. He was apprehended at the border and requested asylum. Before an immigration judge, he claimed that a Mexican criminal … Continue reading

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CA7 vacated BIA denial of untimely Motion to Reopen for ignoring evidence of changed circumstances in both Sudan or South Sudan

Arej v. Sessions, No. 15-2061 (7th Cir. 2017) Bd. erred in affirming IJ’s denial of alien’s motion to reopen his removal proceedings that previously resulted in order directing alien’s removal to Sudan, where purpose of motion to reopen was to … Continue reading

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CA7 affirms denial of withholding of removal to Mexico and CAT relief; BIA fact-finding as to state-court conviction was harmless

Delgado-Arteaga v. Sessions, No. 16-1816 (7th Cir. 2017) Record contained sufficient evidence to support IJ’s order denying alien’s application for withholding of removal to Mexico, where said denial was based, in part, on finding that alien’s prior Illinois drug trafficking … Continue reading

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