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Supremes, 9-0, slam BIA on 212(c): Judulang

Held: The BIA’s policy for applying §212(c) in deportation cases is “arbitrary and capricious” under the Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U. S. C. §706(2)(A). Pp. 9–21. - Judulang v. Holder, Dec. 12, 2011 . Here's the SCOTUSblog page , with all the links to all...

Ninth Circuit Judulang Remand: Rangel-Zuazo

"The opinion filed January 31, 2011, slip opinion page 1867, and published at 633 F.3d 848, is withdrawn. ... Because Petitioner’s aggravated felony ground for removal lacked a comparable inadmissibility ground, the BIA found Petitioner ineligible for a waiver under section 212(c). In Judulang...

Post-Judulang Remand (Unpub. BIA)

Nadeen Aljijakli writes: " I am very pleased to share the BIA's recent decision to reopen our client's case for consideration of 212(c) relief in light of the Supreme Court's case in Judulang v. Holder, 132 S.Ct. 476 (2011). Judulang held that the BIA's prohibitive policy in its...