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CA7 Margulis v Holder: “stand-alone” waiver of inadmissibility under section 212(h) in removal proceedings

Margulis embarked on a business trip to Canada but was stopped by Canadian immigration officers just inside Canadian territory. They refused to allow him to “enter” Canada (of course he was in Canada when they told him this). So he … Continue reading

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