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Immigration: Discretionary Adjustment of Status-Mitigation of Underlying Criminal Conviction-Sufficiency of Evidence

Petitioner moved for discretionary adjustment of status based on his marriage to a U.S. citizen, after petitioner pleaded guilty to indecent contact with a child. An immigration judge granted the application, crediting petitioner’s evidence as casting doubt upon the underlying ...

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Immigration: Withholding of Removal-Substantial Evidence of Protected Grounds-Capacity to Safely Relocate

Plaintiff, a Mexican citizen, petitioned for review of an order of the Board of Immigration Appeals dismissing his appeal of an immigration judge’s denial of withholding of removal. Where plaintiff failed to show clear probability his life or freedom would ...

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