Category: Immigration Law

International Child Custody Case at the Second Circuit

by Dalya Bordman   Ermini v. Vittori, 758 F. 3d 153 (2d Cir. 2014). An Italian family, parents Emiliano Ermini, Viviana Vittori, and children Emanuele and Daniele, moved to the United States from Italy in August of 2011 in efforts

Posted in Family Law, Immigration Law, International Law, Legal Pulse, Second Circuit

Article: Humanitarian Aid is Never a Crime? The Politics of Immigration Enforcement and the Provision of Sanctuary

In September 2010, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed the federal criminal conviction of humanitarian Daniel Millis for placing water for migrants crossing the United States-Mexico border in the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge.[1]  In

Posted in Article Archive, Articles, Criminal Law, Immigration Law Tagged with: , , ,

Note: Statutory Purpose and Deferring to Agency Interpretations of Laws. The Immigration Law Paradigm: “Aged Out”—Get Deported!

K-2 visa holders are children of alien-fiancé(e)s of United States citizens, who are issued a visa to accompany their parents to the U.S.  An alien parent is issued a K-1 visa to travel to the U.S. to marry his or

Posted in Administrative Law, Article Archive, Immigration Law, Notes