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CA6 on Degree, Burden of Proof: Ward v. Holder

Maris J. Liss writes: "We had a nice win in the 6th Circuit today, Ward v. Holder . 1. The Court held that "clear, unequivocal, and convincing" is a very high standard and close to the standard in criminal proceedings. The government must meet this standard to prove an LPR abandoned...

CA6 on NACARA, Burden of Proof: Lopez v. Sessions

Lopez v. Sessions, Mar. 21, 2017 - "Marcial Lopez, a native and citizen of Guatemala, contests a decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals that prohibits him from staying in this country. Under the immigration laws, it usually counts against the individual if he enters the country free from governmental...