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The Sixth Circuit on Friday found that the Board of Immigration Appeals had wrongly refused to reopen a Mexican national’s removal proceedings after evidence came out that he had another U.S.-citizen child, finding that the board had to accept the man’s earlier claims of difficulty in obtaining a paternity test.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General announced Friday that it would launch an investigation into a 7-year-old girl's recent death due to dehydration and exhaustion while in U.S. Customs and Border Protection custody.
A D.C. federal court should enter an order temporarily barring the federal government from implementing President Donald Trump’s bid to strip asylum eligibility from migrants who cross the southern border outside a designated port of entry, seven Democratic U.S. senators said Thursday.
The Ninth Circuit determined Thursday that it does not have the authority to review whether the Board of Immigration Appeals erred in declining to certify a Pakistani man's claim that an attorney's alleged ineffective assistance hindered his immigration case, holding that the decision is squarely within the agency's discretion.
The Illinois Supreme Court made it easier to pursue judgments against distributors in product liability suits, State Farm agreed to pay $250 million to end accusations it bought an Illinois Supreme Court judge, and the Seventh Circuit upheld Chicago's win of a nationwide injunction blocking an anti-sanctuary cities policy. Here, Law360 highlights some of the biggest Illinois decisions in 2018.