7th circuit

Estrada Martinez v. Lynch

Estrada Martinez v. Lynch (7th Cir. December 31, 2015)

HAMILTON, Rovner, concurrence by Manion

Mendoza Sanchez v. Lynch

Mendoza Sanchez v. Lynch (7th Cir. December 23, 2015)

POSNER, Wood, Hamilton

Rodriguez Molinero v. Lynch

Rodriguez Molinero v. Lynch (7th Cir. December 17, 2015)

POSNER, Manion, Sykes

Wang v. Lynch

7th Circuit

Wang v. Lynch (7th Cir. October 26, 2015)

KANNE, Posner, Hamilton

Darinchuluun v. Lynch

7th Circuit

Darinchuluun v. Lynch (7th Cir. October 8, 2015)

RIPPLE, Williams, Sykes

Giri v. Lynch

7th Circuit

Giri v. Lynch (July 17, 2015)

WILLIAMS, Wood, Tinder

Joseph v. Lynch

7th Circuit

Joseph v. Lynch (July 14, 2015)

HAMILTON, Bauer, Manion

Petitioner, Eugene Joseph (Joseph”) appeals the denial of VAWA petition by USCIS and the BIA. The Seventh Circuit dismissed Joseph’s claim for lack of jurisdiction. He did not raise all issues at the BIA and therefore the issues are not exhausted. In addition, what Joseph is contesting as factual or legal error is actually an opinion and is not reviewable by the court. See Jawad v. Holder 686 F.d3 400 (7th Cir. 2012); Khan v. Filip 554 F.d3, 689 (7th Cir. 2009). 

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

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