Immigration Law

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Habeas 'When...Released' Victory in Colorado: Nieto Baquera v. Longshore
Posted on 11 Jun 2013 by LexisNexis Communities Staff

"The statute, read as a whole, gives immigration officials the power to detain and release aliens, except for a limited class of criminals who shall be mandatorily detained “when . . . released.” The “when . . . released”... Read More

Colo. Ct. App. on Withdrawal of Plea: People v. Corrales-Castro
Posted on 29 Mar 2015 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"[W]e hold that, when, as here, a defendant shows that his or her guilty plea may have serious legal consequences under federal immigration law notwithstanding its withdrawal pursuant to section 18-1.3-102(2), the defendant may challenge the constitutionality... Read More

What Are We Paying for? USCIS and the I-526 Exemplar Process
Posted on 30 Dec 2011 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"Today's post comes to us courtesy of my colleague, Brandon Meyer , a prolific writer whose analysis and commentary cover a wide array of immigration law topics. Brandon offers a spirited post on a troubling aspect of the EB-5 employment... Read More

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