7th circuit

Seventh Circuit Rules That Noncitizens Who Are Prosecuted for Working Without Proper Documents May Avoid Deportation

August 26, 2016

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled that a mother of three from Ecuador who has lived in the United States for more than ten years should not face certain deportation due to a conviction for using improper documents to work. In Arias v.

Dominguez Pulido v. Lynch

Dominguez Pulido v. Lynch (7th Cir. May 5, 2016)

FLAUM, Easterbrook, Sykes

Romero Arrazabal v. Lynch

Romero Arrazabal v. Lynch (7th Cir. May 4, 2016)

WOOD, Posner, Rovner

Karroumeh v. Lynch

Karroumeh v. Lynch (7th Cir. April 29, 2016)

ROVNER, Wood, Manion

Estrada Hernandez v. Lynch

Estrada Hernandez v. Lynch (7th Cir. April 8, 2016)
Wood, Bauer, Kanne (per curiam)

Zyapkov v. Lynch

Zyapkov v. Lynch (7th Cir. March 29, 2016)

MANION, Kanne, Williams

Musa v. Lynch

Musa v. Lynch (7th Cir. February 19, 2016)

HAMILTON, Bauer, Posner

Jankovic v. Lynch

Jankovic v. Lynch (7th Cir. February 3, 2016)

EASTERBROOK, Hamilton, Pallmeyer


Gutierrez Rostran v. Lynch

Gutierrez Rostran v. Lynch (7th Cir. January 13, 2015)

POSNER, Hamilton, Bauer

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