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Common Complications When Applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (

Common Complications When Applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ("DACA") (PDF)

Preparing a DACA application might seem fairly straightforward. However, complications can arise depending on an applicant's travel, immigration, educational, and criminal history.

$61.00
Kerry v. Din: The Supreme Court's

Kerry v. Din: The Supreme Court's "Other Marriage Decision" Preserves Status Quo in Visa Denials, Leaves Tangled Trail for Lower Courts To Follow (PDF)

Five members of the U.S. Supreme Court in Kerry v. Din agreed on one thing: U.S. citizen Fauzia Din had no right to understand why her husband's immigrant visa had been denied.

$61.00
Mata v. Lynch: The Fifth Circuit Can't Sidestep Jurisdiction To Avoid Review of BIA Denial of Late Motion to Reopen Based on Ineffective Assistance of Counsel (PDF)

Mata v. Lynch: The Fifth Circuit Can't Sidestep Jurisdiction To Avoid Review of BIA Denial of Late Motion to Reopen Based on Ineffective Assistance of Counsel (PDF)

The issue in Mata v. Lynch is whether circuit courts can review a BIA decision denying a late motion to reopen removal proceedings based on an allegation of ineffective assistance of counsel.

$61.00
Mellouli v. Holder: Removal from the United States for Possession of a Sock? (PDF)

Mellouli v. Holder: Removal from the United States for Possession of a Sock? (PDF)

Moones Mellouli was removed from the United States because he was convicted of having drug paraphernalia. The paraphernalia was a sock, in which he was keeping tablets of Adderall. But the conviction record did not say what drug he had in the sock, and the state list of controlled substances does not match the federal list. So, was it proper to remove him?

$61.00
Mellouli v. Lynch Decision: You Can't Be Deported for Possessing Only a Sock (PDF)

Mellouli v. Lynch Decision: You Can't Be Deported for Possessing Only a Sock (PDF)

Moones Mellouli was removed because he was convicted of having drug paraphernalia: a sock, in which he had tablets of Adderall. But the conviction record did not identify what he had in the sock, and the state list of controlled substances does not match the federal list. So, was it proper to remove him?

$61.00