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CA11 on Aggravated Felony: Ramos v. U.S. Attorney General

"Ronel Ramos was charged with removability for committing an “aggravated felony” within the meaning of 8 U.S.C. § 1227(a)(2)(A)(iii) when he pled guilty to violating Georgia Code § 16-8-14, a statute that criminalizes shoplifting. An Immigration Judge sustained the charge,...

CA3 on Definition of 'Crime' in INA: Castillo v. Atty. Gen. (Castillo II)

"This immigration matter has already been before this Court once before on a petition for review. Bernardo Castillo previously petitioned for review of a decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”), which dismissed his appeal from an order of the Immigration Judge (“IJ”...

BIA on CIMT, Arizona Shoplifting: Matter of Diaz-Lizarraga, 26 I&N Dec. 847 (BIA 2016)

Matter of Diaz-Lizarraga, 26 I&N Dec. 847 (BIA 2016) - (1) A theft offense is a crime involving moral turpitude if it involves a taking or exercise of control over another’s property without consent and with an intent to deprive the owner of his property either permanently or under circumstances...