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Immigration Law: Cancellation of Removal-Prior Crime Involving Moral Turpitude-Requisite Moral Character

Petitioner, a citizen of Mexico, entered the United States without being admitted and subsequently pleaded guilty to DUI and false reporting. Petitioner conceded removability but filed an application for cancellation. The Immigration Judge denied the application, ruling that petitioner’s conviction for false reporting made him ineligible for cancellation because it was a crime involving moral ...
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