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From Rebecca Sharpless
  • INA 212(a)(2), criminal grounds of inadmissibility
  • Matter of Devison, Int. Dec. 3435 (BIA 2000) (findings of juvenile delinquency are not convictions)
  • Matter of Ramirez-Rivero, 18 I&N Dec. 135 (BIA 1981) (same)
  • INA 212(h), "212(h) waiver"
  • INA 235(a)(1), definition of an "applicant for admission"
  • 8 CFR 1.1(q), definition of an "arriving alien"
  • 8 CFR 245.1(c)(8), regulation barring 245 adjustment of "arriving aliens" in proceedings
  • Matter of Roussis, 18 I&N Dec. 256 (BIA 1982) (requiring government's consent to termination of proceedings to permit district director to adjudicate adjustment application)
  • Matter of Rainford, 20 I&N Dec. 598 (BIA 1992) (deportable lawful permanent resident who re-adjusts status is no longer deportable)
  • Matter of Grazley, 14 I&N Dec. 330 (BIA 1973) (theft is a crime involving moral turpitude only when a permanent taking is intended)
  • Matter of D, 1 I&N Dec. 143 (BIA 1941) (offense not a crime involving moral turpitude because statute in question could include a temporary taking)
  • Matter of P, 2 I&N Dec. 887 (BIA 1947) (joyriding is not a crime involving moral turpitude becuase it involves the temporary taking of property)
  • Matter of N, 3 I&N Dec. 723 (BIA 1949) (BIA inferred that taking was permanent because the defendant stole clothes and sold them for cash)


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