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Articles Tagged: Immigration Judge

Second Circuit Holds that Aliens who Attain Permanent Resident Status after Being Admitted to the U.S. are Eligible for 212(h) Waivers

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In Husic v. Holder, issued January 8, 2015, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that an alien who adjusted to legal permanent resident (“LPR”) status after being admitted to the United States is eligible to seek an inadmissibility waiver from the Attorney General under Section 212(h) of the Immigration and […]

BIA Puts Same-Sex Marriage Petitions On Hold

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By: Margarita Baldwin* The Board of Immigration Appeals is leaning towards setting a precedent in Immigration law that would eventually allow or prevent immigrants from seeking adjustment of status based on same-sex marriage. Recently, three appeals and a motion to reopen were filed with the BIA on behalf of same-sex married couples that duly registered […]

23 New Immigration Judges Appointed

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by Ivan Ariza, Legal Intern with Beach-Oswald Immigration Law Associates, PC The US Attorney General Eric Holder has appointed 23 new immigration judges to immigration courts throughout the US. The judges were sworn in by Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary Grindler at the Executive Office for Immigration Review’s (EOIR) headquarters on November 5, 2010. The […]

SIX NEW IMMIGRATION JUDGES APPOINTED ACROSS USA

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The US Attorney General, Eric V. Holder, has appointed six new immigration judges to several immigration courts throughout the US.  All of them have vast experience in their field and will be welcome addition to the Immigration Courts. These six new judges are: ·         Honorable Immigration Judge Saundra H. Arrington, who is now appointed to […]