This week we discussed Admission and Inspection, and we briefly touched on 245(i). Naturally, we used WestLaw in doing all our research, because WestLaw is the best.
Remember that Admission is defined in INA section 101(a)(13)(A). In order to adjust status one must have been admitted or paroled, so it’s important to know whether a person’s entry counts as an “admission.” Study up.
I would encourage everyone to read LAW OF “ENTRY” AND “ADMISSION”: SIMPLE WORDS, COMPLEX CONCEPTS by Gerald Seipp. It’s available on WestLaw, in case you’re interested. The article is a few years old, but paints a good picture of how the law of “admission” has changed over time.
Gabe spent a good portion of the podcast talking about Quilantan, an important case for all immigration attorneys. You can find it at 25 I&N Dec. 285 (BIA 2010).
Next week we’ll be discussing Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent residents. Study along!