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Tag Archives: Removal Proceedings

Immigration: Removal Proceedings-Reconsideration-Timeliness

Petitioner, a citizen of The Gambia, petitioned for review of the denial of her motion to reconsider, reopen and terminate her removal proceedings Where petitioner’s motion was untimely and numerically barred and foreclosed by legal precedent, the Board of Immigration ...

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Immigration: Removal Proceedings-Motion to Terminate-Jurisdiction

Petitioner petitioned for review of the order dismissing his interlocutory appeal from the decision of an immigration judge denying his motion to terminate removal proceedings. Where the Board of Immigration Appeals lacked jurisdiction, it correctly dismissed petitioner’s appeal from the ...

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Immigration Law: Removal Proceedings-Motion to Reopen/Reconsider-Abuse of Discretion

Petitioner, a citizen of Ghana who was ordered removed, petitioned for review of the denial of his motion to reopen and reconsider. Where the BIA did not abuse its discretion in denying petitioner’s motion, it could decline to reopen or ...

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Immigration Law: Removal Proceedings-Termination of Proceedings-Crimes of Moral Turpitude

Petitioner appealed from the Board of Immigration Appeal’s decision affirming an Immigration Judge’s denial of her motion to terminate removal proceedings. Petitioner, a native and citizen of Bosnia-Herzegovina, was convicted of receiving stolen property and passing a bad check. On ...

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