Examples of Immigration Court Decisions on Waivers

Aggravated felony convictions and waivers Jean v. Gonzales 452 F.3d 392

Jean v. Gonzales [6/9/06, 452 F.3d 392]

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Melanie Beaucejour JEAN,
Petitioner-Appellant,
v.
Alberto R. GONZALES;
James W. ZIGLAR;
Andrea QUARANTILLO; BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT;
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE,
Respondents-Appellees.

June 9, 2006
No. 04-31052

Petition for Review of a Decision of the Attorney General of the United States

Before KING, SMITH, and BENAVIDES, Circuit Judges.
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Reviving old waivers for convicted criminals INS v. St Cyr 533 U.S. 289

INS v. St Cyr [6/25/01, 533 U.S. 289]

Supreme Court of the United States

IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
No. 00-767
v.
Enrico ST. CYR

June 25, 2001
533 U.S. 289

Certiorari To the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
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Examples of Immigration Court Decisions on Waivers

CINA attorney provide examples of immigration court decisions on waivers for our clients review. Court opinions provide great ideas on how to present a winning case. Judges will also discuss why cases are denied.

Lawyers and clients work best together as a team. Clients must know how to how the court or the USCIS that they will suffer an extreme hardship. The 601 Waiver Checklist w job letter and hardship letter is a great tool for you to build your case. Reading these opinions on waivers will help you think outside the box and be creative in proving hardship. Our Denver office is located at 1624 Market Street, Suite 202, Denver, Colorado 80202 and our offices are easily reached via the free Mall Ride. Our Denver office is accessible from I-25, I-70, Aurora, Lakewood, Arvada, Commerce City, the Denver Tech Center, Westminster, and Thornton.