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CA7: IJs Have U Visa Waiver Authority - L.D.G. v. Holder

"In the absence of a clear indication by Congress to the contrary, we find that section 1182(d)(14) and section 1182(d)(3)(A) waivers can and do coexist, and that the IJ has jurisdiction to grant a waiver of inadmissibility to a U Visa applicant under section 1182(d)(3)(A)." - L.D.G. v. Holder...

CA7 on IJ Waiver Authority: Baez-Sanchez v. Sessions

Baez-Sanchez v. Sessions, Oct. 6, 2017 - "This proceeding begins where L.D.G. v. Holder, 744 F.3d 1022 (7th Cir. 2014), ends. ... The BIA in Khan did not identify any provision that subtracts from the delegation in §1003.10(a). Nor did the Third Circuit in Sunday. Indeed, neither the BIA nor...

CA7 on Fraud Waiver: Acquaah v. Sessions

Acquaah v. Sessions, Nov. 6, 2017 - "The Board erred when it treated the absence of a specific fraud charge as dispositive over the availability of a fraud waiver under § 1227(a)(1)(H). It should have considered whether the charge sustained against Mr. Acquaah — termination of conditional...