The Seventh Circuit denied the petition for review, finding that substantial evidence supported the IJ’s finding that the petitioner committed marriage fraud, and thus, that he was ineligible for adjustment of status under INA §212(a)(6)(C)(i). The court also found that the IJ did not commit any legal or constitutional error in exercising discretion to deny adjustment of status.

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Court Upholds Denial of Adjustment Application Where Marriage Was Not Deemed Bona Fide