6th circuit

STANOVSEK V. HOLDER

6th Circuit       

Stanovsek v. Holder (6th Circuit, September 24, 2014)

ROGERS, Steeh, Boggs (dissent)

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RAIS V. HOLDER

6th Circuit

Rais v. Holder (6th Circuit, September 16, 2014)

DONALD, Boggs, Hood (by designation)

Summary:Rais v. Holder involves the recurring issue of mixed authority in the removal context, together with federal court appellate authority over sua sponte reopening denials.

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RUIZ-DEL-CID V. HOLDER

6th Circuit

Ruiz-del-Cid v. Holder (6th Circuit, August 29, 2014)

STRANCH, Daughtrey, Clay (dissent)

Summary:The Sixth Circuit granted and remanded a petition for review of the denial of an application for cancellation of removal due to a finding that the applicant was barred from demonstrating the requisite “good moral character” for making false statements in previous asylum proceedings.

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JAMA V. DHS

6th Circuit

Jama v. DHS (6th Cir., July 25, 2014)

CLAY, Kethledge, Norris

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HARMON V. HOLDER

6th Circuit

Harmon v. Holder (6th Circuit, July 10, 2014)

STRANCH, Cook, Carr (by designation)

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BAZZI V. HOLDER

6th Circuit

Bazzi v. Holder (6th Circuit, December 19, 2013*)

BOGGS, Sutton, and Cleland

*(This decision was originally issued as an “unpublished decision” filed on December 19, 2013. The court has now designated the opinion as one recommended for full-text publication.)

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UNITED STATES V. ROMERO-CASPETA

6th Circuit

United States v. Romero-Caspeta (6th Circuit, February 28, 2014)

BELL (by designation), Batchelder, Griffin

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FOYTHONG V. HOLDER

6th Circuit

Foythong v. Holder (6th Circuit, February 27, 2014)

SUTTON, Daughtry, Donald

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SLYUSAR V. HOLDER

6th Circuit

Slyusar v. Holder (6th Circuit, January 30, 2014)

KEITH, Guy, Gibbons

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HANNA V. HOLDER

6th Circuit

Hanna v. Holder (6th Circuit, January 17, 2014)

GIBBONS, Merritt, McKeague

Summary:  Mr. Hanna maintains that conviction of felonious assault under Mich. Comp. Laws § 750.82 and conceding removability through his first counsel does not make him removable and that the firm resettlement bar does not foreclose his asylum application.

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