The N-648, N-470, N-426, I-643, and I-693 have been updated in the forms section. Processing times have also been updated.
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Immigration Law News
Third Circuit Notes No "9/11 Downward Departure" Possible
In US v. Cort, No. 01-4155 (3rd Cir. Jun. 6, 2002), the court considered Defendant's contention for a downward departure based on the government's response to the 9/11 attacks by sealing our border to unlawful entry, thus reducing the deterrent effect of sentences for unlawful entry after deportation, since such entries may no longer be possible, and his contention that the financial resources to incarcerate deportable aliens could be more profitably used in the war on terrorism. The court paranthetically noted that such a downward departure would create separate classes of sentences for US citizens and illegal aliens, which was untenable in that illegal aliens would here get a sentencing windfall, and that since 9/11 it was arguably more important than ever to send messages of deterrence to illegal aliens who seek to commit unlawful acts on US soil, and that it was upto Congress to make fiscal decisions.
Deportation Is An Act, Not An Order Directing That Act, For Purposes Of 8 USC 1326(b)(2)
In US v. Zelaya, No. 01-13015 (11th Cir. Jun. 11, 2002), the court held that the Defendant did not exhaust his administrative remedies since he could have requested recission of his deportation order even though he learned of it only upon being released from state custody, or even after his removal from the US, and held that INS's notice to him to the last address he submitted was not flawed since he was responsible for keeping the INS informed of his current address, and that for purposes of 8 USC 1326(b)(2), deportation was subsequent to a conviction when the alien is physically removed from the US after the conviction even if the warrant for the deportation was issued before the conviction.
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Rep. Tancredo Decries Undocumented Immigration
Writing in the Denver Post, Rep. Tancredo says "Now consider the fact that massive immigration, combined with our self-destructive policies of radical multiculturalism, have helped to Balkanize America to the point where upwards of 8 million people living here are so undecided about their loyalties that they claim dual citizenship. Many millions more simply live here, but fail to relinquish previous political attachments."
Spouse Of 9/11 Victim To Be Deported
The New York Times reports "Husband of a 9/11 Victim Is Told He'll Be Deported"
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