From 'Enemy Combatant' to Citizen: American's Earliest 'Amnesty'

"During the 18th century, there were no [unauthorized] immigrants in the United States, but there was a large group of people who posed a far more noxious threat than those who overstayed a visa or crossed a border without an inspection. They were British Loyalists — men who had taken up arms...

BIA Unpub. on Jurisdiction

"The Ninth Circuit recently held that nothing in section 241 (a)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1231(8)(5), or its implementing regulations deprives the agency of discretion to afford an alien a new plenary removal bearing. Villa-Anguiano v. Holder, 727 F.3d 873, 878...

BALCA on Infeasibility-to-Train: Matter of Kentrox

"Employer presented a statement from its Vice President of Engineering, Mark Tinker, in response to the audit notification that addressed both the business necessity of its educational and experience requirements, and the infeasibility to train a new worker for the instant position. ... It is clear...