Naturalization case approved for case with a long history before the Immigration Court that administratively closed in 2006 and then recalendared and terminated based on Client’s eligibility for Naturalization Client has a conviction for lewd and lascivious acts with a minor (possibly an aggravated felony) but still qualifies for Naturalization.
212(c) granted for client with a petty theft conviction and a possession for sale conviction from the 90s Client had been an LPR for over 40 years, is married to a USC and has 3 USC children. She was put into proceedings after applying for Naturalization.
- BALCA affirmed the denial of the PERM application, finding that by not including the benefit of free housing in its advertisements and Notice of Filing, the employer offered terms and conditions of employment less favorable than those offered to the alien, violating 20 CFR §656.17(f)(7).
The Fourth Circuit granted the petition for review and vacated the removal order, holding that Va. Code § 18.2-102, which criminalizes the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, is not a categorical aggravated felony because there is a realistic probability that the statute would apply to conduct that falls outside the BIA’s definition of a theft offense.
The New York Times writes that Judge David G. Campbell of Federal District Court issued a permanent injunction overturning Arizona’s ban on issuing driver’s licenses to DACA recipients, citing the “irreparable harm” caused by these young immigrants not being able to have a license under an executive order issued by former Governor Jan Brewer.