Daily Archives: June 16, 2015

SCOTUS does not require government to identify a specific statutory provision nor give detailed explanation for denying a visa based on terrorism-related ground

Respondent Fauzia Din petitioned to have her husband, Kanishka Berashk, a resident citizen of Afghanistan and former civil servant in the Taliban regime, classified as an “immediate relative” entitled to priority immigration status. Din’s petition was approved, but Berashk’s visa … Continue reading

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