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David Murray's response (2/1/10 ID) to my letter (1/28/10 ID) is again incorrect. A pending adjustment of status application has always been a defense to deportation/removal, as affirmed in hundreds of administrative and judicial decisions, following INA section 245. This has repeatedly been upheld by the Attorney General and the Justice Department. Accordingly, it is not just fleeting "policy" as Murray's letter claims that counsels against institution of removal proceedings for somebody with
a pending adjustment application. My letter did not state there is a statute that "tolls" institution of removal proceedings for such persons, and there should not be a need for any such statute.
Bruce A. Hake, Esq.
New Windsor, MD
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