Immigration Law

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Cyrus Mehta on America, India, Immigration and Values
Posted on 14 Dec 2019 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Cyrus Mehta, Dec. 14, 2019 How the Founding Values of Two Great Nations – United States and India – Can Get Hollowed Out Through Tweaks in their Immigration Laws "Until President Trump of the United States and Prime Minister Modi... Read More

Modi, Visas and Religious Freedom Inadmissibility Grounds: Cyrus D. Mehta
Posted on 29 Sep 2014 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been welcomed by the Indian diaspora without reservations in the United States. This is his first trip to the United States after his tourist/business was revoked on May 18, 2005 under Section 212(a)(2)(G... Read More

The War on Terror as a Metaphor for Immigration Regulation: A Critical View of a Distorted Debate
Posted on 22 Jan 2012 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"The “war on terror” represents a powerful metaphor reaching into the everyday lives of millions of non-U.S. citizens and citizens alike, both domestically and abroad. The “war” has skewed the debate, specifically ... Read More

Unpub. BIA MTR Victory Based on Carachuri-Rosendo
Posted on 19 Jun 2017 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Prof. Geoffrey A. Hoffman writes: "This case [ Matter of X-, June 12, 2017, unpub .] is significant because the respondent had been deported about 9 years ago unfairly as an alleged aggravated felon due to minor controlled substance convictions.... Read More

The War on Terror as a Metaphor for Immigration Regulation: A Critical View of a Distorted Debate
Posted on 20 Dec 2011 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"The “war on terror” represents a powerful metaphor reaching into the everyday lives of millions of non-U.S. citizens and citizens alike, both domestically and abroad. The “war” has skewed the debate, specifically ... Read More