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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Com. v. Morris

... Morris later applied for United States citizenship in 2004, but his application was not approved; rather, Morris became subject to removal proceedings under the federal Immigration and Nationality Act ("INA") because of his 1997 conviction for "a crime involving moral turpitude ... ...

Marblex Design Intern., Inc. v. Stevens

... " Titled "Marriage 278 Fraud," 8 USC § 1325(C) reads: "Any individual who knowingly enters into a marriage for the purpose of evading any provision of the immigration laws shall be ... However, the crime is not the marriage itself, but conspiracy to violate immigration laws. ...

KRUSELL v. AL-RAYES

... States in 2006. In June 2006, father lived with his sister in a two-bedroom apartment, approximately thirty minutes away from the children. He was not employed and was classified as a visitor for immigration purposes. At the time ...