10 December 2013 ~ 61 Comments

Mayorkas v. Cuellar De Osorio: From the Frontlines of the Supreme Court

A major storm was supposed to take over the District of Columbia today. While the federal and District government closed down in anticipation of bad weather, I trudged along to the U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in Mayorkas v. de Osorio, an issue that has defined most of my existence in the United […]

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05 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Aging Out of a Dysfunctional Immigration System

I’ve been buried in emails for the past 24 hours, trying to answer questions and ascertain whether someone would qualify for adjustment of status if not for BIA’s interpretation of the Child Status Protection Act under Matter of Wang. Since the Ninth Circuit has miraculously agreed to re-hear the Cuellar De Osorio v. Holder nationwide class […]

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