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Hamama v. Adducci

Various Iraqi nationals living in the United States are ordered removed back to Iraq, mostly because of criminal convictions. Those removals don’t happen because Iraq won’t take them—until 2017, when diplomacy changes Iraq’s mind, meaning long-stalled removals are now imminent. Sixth Circuit, over a dissent: And the federal courts don’t have jurisdiction to change that. Take your immigration issues to immigration court.


Tags: 2018, Immigration, Jurisdiction, Sixth Circuit

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