Immigration Law

Recent Posts

Visa Snafu Forces Teacher to Leave USA
Posted on 29 Jul 2013 by Daniel M. Kowalski

[Nutshell: This man's work visa was approved and renewed five times. Nothing changed in the law or his qualifications. His sixth renewal was denied for no reason. Welcome to my world.] "Eight years ago, Canadian Jim Tibbatts received immigration... Read More

Tags: tibbatts , Canada , tn , visa , Kentucky

Padilla's Conviction Overturned, New Trial Granted
Posted on 30 Sep 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"A convicted drug trafficker from Honduras who won a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court ruling will get a new trial after a state appeals court overturned his conviction because his attorney gave bad advice about deportation. The Kentucky Court of Appeals on... Read More

A Framework for Judicial Review and Remand in Immigration Law
Posted on 22 Sep 2014 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Collin D Schueler, University of Kentucky College of Law, 2015, Denver University Law Review, Forthcoming : "This Article breaks new ground at the intersection of administrative law and immigration law. One of the more important questions in both... Read More