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Immigration Law: Withholding of Removal-Extreme Hardship for Family-Denial of Reconsideration

Petitioner, a Mexican national, applied for withholding of removal proceedings, arguing that his deportation would cause “exceptional and extremely unusual hardship” for his children, some of whom were U.S. citizens. The BIA disagreed; petitioner then filed his motion for reconsideration ...

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Immigration Law: Withholding of Removal-Asylum-Petition or Reconsider or Reopen

  After they entered the U.S., were detained by Border Patrol agents, and placed in removal proceedings, petitioners applied for withholding of removal, arguing they would face persecution if returned to Guatemala due to their membership in social groups of ...

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Immigration Law: Withholding of Removal-Prior Conviction-Likelihood of Torture

  Petitioner, a Salvadoran citizen, petitioned for review of the Board of Immigration Appeals’ dismissal of petitioner’s appeal of an immigration judge’s decision denying petitioner withholding of removal and relief under the Convention Against Torture and denying petitioner’s motion to ...

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Immigration: Asylum-Withholding of Removal-Convention Against Torture

The Board of Immigration Appeals denied plaintiff’s petition for asylum, withholding of removal, and protection under the Convention Against Torture, based on plaintiff’s fears that plaintiff and her family would be subject to harm if returned to Mexico. An immigration ...

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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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