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Tag Archives: Removal

Immigration: Removal-Evidence

Where petitioners from Indonesia sought review of the denial of withholding of removal relief, the decision was supported by substantial evidence, so the denial of the motion to reopen was not an abuse of discretion. Petition denied. Tan v. Barr ...

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Immigration: Removal-Refusal to Reopen

Where a petitioner from Laos challenged the refusal of his motion to reopen his case, the petitioner did not raise a colorable constitutional claim, and the decision not to reopen was not reviewable, and the petitions are denied because the ...

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Immigration: Removal-Adverse Credibility

Where a petitioner from El Salvador sought review of an order dismissing her appeal from a decision denying her asylum, the withholding of removal and relief under the Convention Against Torture, the adverse credibility findings were supported by specific, cogent ...

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Immigration: Removal-Timeliness

Where a petitioner from Mexico sought review of an order denying his motion to remand in which he argued that the immigration judge lacked statutory authority to enter an order of removal in absentia, the motion was untimely and the ...

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Immigration: Removal-Discretionary Cancellation-Unusual Hardship

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 ...

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Immigration: Removal-Moral Turpitude

Where a petitioner sought review of an order dismissing his appeal from a decision finding him removable for having committed two crimes involving moral turpitude, there was no basis for removal, and the appellate court lacked jurisdiction to review challenges ...

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Immigration: Removal-Voluntary Departure

Where a petitioner from Mexico sought review of an order that dismissed her appeal from a decision denying her application for the withholding of removal, substantial evidence supported the denial because the petitioner failed to establish that she was a ...

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Immigration: Removal-Withholding of Removal-Convention Against Torture

Petitioner, a citizen of Guatemala, petitioned for review of the denial of her request for withholding of removal under the Immigration and Nationality Act and for protection under the Convention Against Torture. After unlawfully reentering the United States, petitioner was ...

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Immigration: Asylum-Removal

Where a petitioner from Guatemala sought review of an order dismissing her appeal from a decision denying asylum, withholding of removal and protection under the Convention Against Torture, substantial evidence supported the determination that the petitioner was not entitled to ...

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