"ERO eFile is an online system developed to electronically file G-28s with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). Attorneys and accredited representatives...
F.J.A.P. v. Garland
"Based on the statutory language, structure, and context of § 1252, we conclude that a reinstated order of removal is not final for purposes of judicial review until the...
Berhe v. Garland
"Berhe asserted that the Eritrean military detained and beat him because he complained about conditions during his mandatory military service and because of his perceived anti-government...
Gao v. Garland
"The IJ’s conclusion that Gao failed to meet her burden of proof is based on the lack of sufficient corroborating evidence. As mentioned above, where, as here, the petitioner’s...
Cyrus Mehta, Feb. 26, 2024
"On February 20, 2024, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Corner Post, Inc. v. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System . This case could potentially expand...
"A dual citation system exists for federal immigration statutes. One is
the Immigration and Nationality Act ("INA") classification. A parallel system
lists the statutes in Title 8 of the United States Code. Identical immigration
statutes appear in both, but with differing section numbers that do not
match. Also, cross-references to other immigration statutes use only the
numbers of the statutory collection being referenced. Federal immigration
regulations generally follow the INA classification, as do immigration court
decisions, so for a quick reference to regulations implementing a certain
statute or understanding immigration judge decisions, the INA system is
probably superior as a source. But many federal appellate court judicial
decisions, and congressional research materials refer to or can be accessed
much more easily using the numbers assigned to the statutes by the United
States Code. There are tables in hard copy paper works and flat computer
files to make finding the parallel citation easier from one system to another,
and some INA collections give the parallel U.S.C. Code citation, but nothing
employing computer search online. I developed this tool to fill the gap." - John Messing, Esq., 2011.