The Seventh Circuit granted the petition for review and remanded, finding that the LPR petitioner, who had been convicted of a felony and was subsequently convicted of possessing a weapon in violation of 720 ILCS 5/24–1.1(a), was not convicted of an aggravated felony pursuant to INA §101(a)(43). The court held that Illinois’s definition of a “firearm” is broader than that of its federal counterpart, and thus a conviction under the statute could not be treated as an aggravated felony.
Biden Administration Continues Taking Necessary Steps to Bring Our Immigration and Asylum Policies Back in Line with Our Values
President Biden signed executive orders (EOs) on the southern border and asylum system, on the establishment of an interagency task force on the reunification of…
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The BIA ruled that a conviction for child neglect in the second degree under §163.545(1) of the Oregon Revised Statutes is categorically a “crime of child abuse, child neglect, or child abandonment” under INA §237(a)(2)(E)(i).
Harris teases immigration agenda green cards for daca and tps recipients shorter waits for citizenship
Politico reports that yesterday, Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris told Univision’s Ilia Calderón that the incoming administration will focus on decreasing wait times to obtain citizenship, granting green cards to immigrants protected by TPS and DACA, and adding immigration judges to decrease backlogs in immigration court. Harris teased a sweeping immigration reform bill that her and President-Elect Joe Biden’s administration plans to introduce.