Unpub. BIA: Head-Butting a Peace Officer Not a CIMT

"Although we find no clear error in the Immigration Judge's decision to credit the police report, we respectfully disagree with his conclusion that the conduct described therein is a CIMT. In order for assault on a police officer to qualify as a CIMT, there must be an intentional act combined...

Unpub. BIA Agg. Fel. Remand: Matter of Lucio Chavez

"[T]he respondent expressed an intention to apply for a waiver under former section 212(c) of.the Act, 8 U.S.C. § I I 82(c) (1988), but in a very brief decision the Immigration Judge found him ineligible for such relief on the ground that his 2011 conviction for assault on a public servant...

IJ: TX Assault Not Necessarily CIMT

César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández writes: "Courts have long used the categorical approach to determine whether a migrant has been convicted of a removable offense. Along with its sibling, the modified categorical approach, this method of statutory interpretation is central...