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Eleventh Circuit Rules that Delivering a Controlled Substance is An Aggravated Felony barring Naturalization
The Eleventh Circuit recently ruled that a Washington Conviction of Administering a Controlled Substance is an aggravated felony barring naturalization. The Decision is Bourtzakis v. US Atty. Gen. What is Naturalization? Naturalization is the process under which a lawful permanent resident becomes a naturalized citizen of the United States. There are several requirements including: Meeting…Read More
Eleventh Circuit Rules That a Deficient Notice to Appear Does Not Deprive the Immigration Judge of Jurisdiction
Most practitioners in the Eleventh Circuit’s jurisdiction have been waiting for the court to rule on an immigration judge’s jurisdiction when a deficient Notice to Appear is filed with the immigration court. The court’s decision in Perez-Sanchez v. U.S. Atty Gen., interprets the Supreme Court’s decision in Pereira v. Sessions where the Supreme Court decided…Read More
Have Your Immigration Raids… Keep Your Grin…. We Will Keep Fighting.
By now, we all know that you a huge ego that must be stroked daily. You have more failures than modern mathematics can tally. You fail on every domestic policy. You coddle dictators and despots every chance you get. We all know this is where you go when you need a “win”. We all know…Read More