The I-94 and what does it mean? What controls when you are in the U.S.
The Third Circuit vacated and remanded, concluding that immigration detainers issued pursuant to 8 CFR §287.7 are voluntary requests and cannot compel state or local law enforcement agencies to detain individuals for suspected immigration violations.
http://ow.ly/uc3f3 Another win for the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner:
Applicant went to US in 1999 and has never left ever. Provisional Waiver submitted and a Request for Evidence issued finding that there was not “sufficient evidence that US citizen spouse (or parent) would experience extreme hardship” if applicant is refused admission.
We submitted more evidence of hardship and encompassed all aspects, financial, spiritual, career, health, etc. We showed that USC spouse has fertilty issues and they have been married for a long time with no success of pregnancy. USC spouse at present is pregnant for about 5 weeks and was greatly advised not to be stressed, exhausted or it will be bad for her health and the development of the baby. After submission of the response to the RFE, the waiver was approved within 2 weeks.
http://ow.ly/ubWOR LA Times: Independent Review Criticizes Border Patrol’s Use of Deadly Force
According to The Los Angeles Times an independent review by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) of 67 Border Patrol cases, that resulted in 19 deaths, criticized CBP for a “lack of diligence” in its investigations and suggested that agents’ tactics sometimes create a pretext to open fire.
http://ow.ly/ubLWe A lawful permanent resident who has accrued 7 consecutive years of lawful unrelinquished domicile in the United States and who is removable or deportable by virtue of a plea or conviction entered between April 24, 1996, and April 1, 1997, is eligible to apply for discretionary relief from removal or deportation under former section 212(c) of the Act unless: (1) the applicant’s removal or deportation proceedings commenced on or after April 24, 1996, and the conviction renders the applicant removable or deportable under one or more of the deportability grounds enumerated in section 440(d) of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-132, 110 Stat. 1214, 1277 (as amended); or (2) the applicant is subject to the grounds of inadmissibility under sections 212(a)(3)(A),
http://ow.ly/u6BBh Court has held that the statute is not ambiguous and that its plain wording does not require a noncitizen to maintain his asylum status to apply for adjustment of status under INA §209(b), and vacated the BIA’s decision ordering removal.