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... (collectively, "the Monteagudos"). Enciso [3] contends that the small claims court [4] erred when it held that he did not have standing to sue because his oral contract with the Monteagudos was unenforceable based on his wife's illegal immigration status. ...

McCarthy v. McCarthy

... 1 PER CURIAM. Veronika McCarthy appeals a judgment that dismissed her action to enforce an Affidavit of Support filed in conjunction with her immigration to the United States. ... Veronika argues that the federal immigration sponsorship provisions were not in effect at that time. ...

State v. Medrano

... hundred grams of cocaine. Medrano asserts he is entitled to withdraw his plea because the court failed to properly advise him of the possible immigration consequences of his plea, as required by WIS. STAT. § 971.08(1)(c). [1 ...