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Immigration: Removal-Discretionary Cancellation-Unusual Hardship

Staff Report//April 6, 2020

Immigration: Removal-Discretionary Cancellation-Unusual Hardship

Staff Report//April 6, 2020

Where a petitioner from Mexico conceded removability and applied for discretionary cancellation of removal, the petitioner did not present evidence that established an exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to the petitioner’s daughter, and there was no showing that the standard of review was violated.

Petition denied.

Julio v. Barr (MLW No. 74730/Case No. 18-3487 – 6 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, Loken, J.) Petition for review of an order of the Board of Immigration Appeals (Matthew Lorn Hoppock,  Shawnee, Kansas, argued for petitioner) (Kristen A. Giuffreda Chapman, Washington, D.C., argued for respondent).

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