Tag Archives: Asylum

USICE Prosecutorial Discretion

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) in a June 2011 memo provided certain guidance on prosecutorial discretion priorities. In particular, it stated the factors to consider for ICE to prioritize the prosecution of the several commonly seen actions:

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Asylum Changed circumstances

The Board of Immigration Appeals in a 2010 asylum application case opined on the situation of change of circumstances. In the Matter of T-M-H, the asylum applicants were husband and wife from China. Their asylum application was filed based on China’s one-child policy after their second child was born, but the application was not filed […]

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