Criminal Defense of Immigrants


§ 7.6 C. Other Immigration Consequences

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A number of other immigration consequences, aside from deportation and inadmissibility, are triggered by one or more qualifying convictions; including:


                (A)  Disqualification from some forms of immigration relief.  See generally, Chapter 24, infra.


                (B)  Mandatory detention.  See § 6.37, supra.


                (C)  Limitations on judicial review.  See, e.g., § 15.37(B)(1), infra.[11]


                (D)  Disqualification from demonstrating Good Moral Character required for certain forms of immigration relief.  See § 15.6, infra.

[11] Pondoc Hernaez v. INS, 244 F.3d 752 (9th Cir. 2001) (a conviction is required to trigger jurisdiction-stripping provision of IIRAIRA § 309(c)(4)(G)).