7th circuit

Habib v. Lynch

Palma-Martinez v. Lynch

7th Circuit

Palma-Martinez v. Lynch (May 11, 2015)

MANION, Posner, Tinder

Summary: The Petitioner is an LPR who committed a turpitude offense too soon after obtaining LPR status to be eligible for LPR Cancellation of Removal.  Moreover, it appears that he didn’t have someone who could file a visa petition for him to allow him to re-adjust status with a waiver.  He therefore sought a “standalone” 212(h) waiver.

Nadmid v. Holder

7th Circuit

Nadmid v. Holder (April 21, 2015)

WILLIAMS, Bauer, Manion

Mathin v. Kerry

7th Circuit

Mathin v. Kerry (April 07, 2015)

ROVNER, Posner, Kanne

Chen v. Holder

7th Circuit

Chen v. Holder (April 01, 2015)

Posner, Kanne, Tinder (Per Curiam)

He v. Holder

7th Circuit

He v. Holder (7th Cir. March 27, 2015)

HAMILTON, Posner, Sykes

Bouras v. Holder

7th Circuit

Bouras v. Holder (7th Cir. March 13, 2015)

HAMILTON, Sykes, Posner (dissent)

Summary:  “Petitioner Mohamed Bouras, a citizen of Algeria, was granted status as a conditional permanent resident based on his marriage to a U.S. citizen. That marriage ended by divorce before Bouras had obtained un-conditional permanent residency. He was later placed in removal proceedings after he failed to convince the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that he had entered the marriage in good faith.

Lenjinac v. Holder

7th Circuit 

Lenjinac v. Holder (7thCir. March 17, 2015)

BAUER, Manion, Rovner

Souley v. Holder

7th Circuit

Souley v. Holder (7th Cir. Mar. 11, 2015)

Posner, Kanne, Tinder (PER CURIAM)


7th Circuit

Lucy Sibanda v. Holder (7th Cir. Feb. 13, 2015)

WOOD, Kanne, Tinder

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