Special Consideration in Adjustment of Status for Cubans    Cuban Adjustment Act (public law 89-732) (CAA) of November 2,...
Reauthorization Act of 2005) if there is demonstrated a connection between the termination ofthe marriage and the batterin...
Below compiled from Indices posted at: http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/lib_indecitnet.htmlAdjustment of status:   •...
Matter of          Cite as:                    Comments & LinkRiva            12 I&N Dec. 56       http://www.justice.gov/...
Sanabria    12 I&N Dec. 396 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1774.pdf               (R.C. 1967)  Cuban admitte...
Martinez-        12 I&N Dec. 688 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1851.pdfMonteagudo         (R.C. 1968)    Be...
Refugee Adjustment Act of November 2,                                      1966, Pub. L. No. 89-732, 80 Stat. 1161, is    ...
adjusted pursuant to section 1 of the                              Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act of                        ...
an alien who leaves the United States                                       while an adjustment application is pending    ...
AAO Non-Precedent Decisions posted on www.uscis.gov          Home > Administrative Decisions >A2 - Certification of Cuban ...
Apr062010_01A2caa.pdf   Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Apr062010_02A2caa.pdf   Denial Affirmed. Must file I-601...
Mar312011_01A2caa.pdf   2nd MTR Granted, I-485 Remains Denied. False Claim                        to USC on Form I-9. No W...
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  1. 1. Special Consideration in Adjustment of Status for Cubans  Cuban Adjustment Act (public law 89-732) (CAA) of November 2, 1966  AKA: Cuban Refugee Act of November 2, 1966 (P.L. 89-732)  Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA), enacted as title II of the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 1998,( Pub. L. 105-100) November 19, 1997. CUBAN REFUGEES: Adjustment OF STATUS Section 606 of div. C of Pub. L. 104–208 provided that: “(a) In General.—Public Law 89–732 [set out below] is repealed effective only upon adetermination by the President under section 203(c)(3) of the Cuban Liberty and DemocraticSolidarity (LIBERTAD) Act of 1996 [22 U.S.C. 6063(c)] (Public Law 104–114) that ademocratically elected government in Cuba is in power. “(b) Limitation.—Subsection (a) shall not apply to aliens for whom an applicationfor adjustment of status is pending on such effective date.” Pub. L. 89–732, Nov. 2, 1966, 80 Stat. 1161, as amended by Pub. L. 94–571, §8, Oct. 20,1976, 90 Stat. 2706; Pub. L. 96–212, title II, §203(i), Mar. 17, 1980, 94 Stat. 108; Pub. L. 106–386, div. B, title V, §1509(a), Oct. 28, 2000, 114 Stat. 1530; Pub. L. 109–162, title VIII, §823(a),Jan. 5, 2006, 119 Stat. 3063, provided: “That, notwithstanding the provisions of section 245(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act[subsec. (c) of this section], the status of any alien who is a native or citizen of Cuba and whohas been inspected and admitted or paroled into the United States subsequent to January 1,1959 and has been physically present in the United States for at least one year, may beadjusted by the Attorney General, in his discretion and under such regulations as he mayprescribe, to that of an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence if the alien makes anapplication for such adjustment, and the alien is eligible to receive an immigrant visa and isadmissible to the United States for permanent residence. Upon approval of such an applicationfor adjustment of status, the Attorney General shall create a record of the aliens admission forpermanent residence as of a date thirty months prior to the filing of such an application or thedate of his last arrival into the United States, whichever date is later. The provisions of this Actshall be applicable to the spouse and child of any alien described in this subsection, regardlessof their citizenship and place of birth, who are residing with such alien in the United States,except that such spouse or child who has been battered or subjected to extreme cruelty mayadjust to permanent resident status under this Act without demonstrating that he or she isresiding with the Cuban spouse or parent in the United States. In acting on applications underthis section with respect to spouses or children who have been battered or subjected to extremecruelty, the Attorney General shall apply the provisions of section 204(a)(1)(J) [probably meanssection 204(a)(1)(J) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which is classified to section1154(a)(1)(J) of this title]. An alien who was the spouse of any Cuban alien described in thissection and has resided with such spouse shall continue to be treated as such a spouse for 2years after the date on which the Cuban alien dies (or, if later, 2 years after the date ofenactment of Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005)[Jan. 5, 2006], or for 2 years after the date of termination of the marriage (or, if later, 2 yearsafter the date of enactment of Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Page 1 of 12
  2. 2. Reauthorization Act of 2005) if there is demonstrated a connection between the termination ofthe marriage and the battering or extreme cruelty by the Cuban alien. “Sec. 2. In the case of any alien described in section 1 of this Act who prior to the effectivedate thereof [Nov. 2, 1966], has been lawfully admitted into the United States for permanentresidence, the Attorney General shall, upon application, record his admission for permanentresidence as of the date the alien originally arrived in the United States as a nonimmigrant or asa parolee, or a date thirty months prior to the date of enactment of this Act [Nov. 2, 1966],whichever date is later. “Sec. 3. Section 13 of the Act entitled ‘An Act to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act,and for other purposes’, approved October 3, 1965 (Public Law 89–236) [amending subsecs. (b)and (c) of this section] is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection: “ ‘(c) Nothing contained in subsection (b) of this section [amending subsec. (c) of this section]shall be construed to affect the validity of any application for adjustment under section 245 [thissection] filed with the Attorney General prior to December 1, 1965, which would have been validon that date; but as to all such applications the statutes or parts of statutes repealed oramended by this Act [Pub. L. 89–236] are, unless otherwise specifically provided therein,continued in force and effect.’ “Sec. 4. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Act, the definitions contained insection 101(a) and (b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act [section 1101(a), (b) of this title]shall apply in the administration of this Act. Nothing contained in this Act shall be held to repeal,amend, alter, modify, affect, or restrict the powers, duties, functions, or authority of the AttorneyGeneral in the administration and enforcement of the Immigration and Nationality Act [thischapter] or any other law relating to immigration, nationality, or naturalization. “Sec. 5. The approval of an application for adjustment of status to that of lawful permanentresident of the United States pursuant to the provisions of section 1 of this Act shall not requirethe Secretary of State to reduce the number of visas authorized to be issued in any class in thecase of any alien who is physically present in the United States on or before the effective date ofthe Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1976 [see Effective Date of 1976Amendment note above].” [Pub. L. 109–162, title VIII, §823(b), Jan. 5, 2006, 119 Stat. 3063, provided that: “Theamendment made by subsection (a)(1) [amending Pub. L. 89–732 set out above] shall takeeffect as if included in the enactment of the Violence Against Women Act of 2000 (division B ofPublic Law 106–386; 114 Stat. 1491).”] [Pub. L. 106–386, div. B, title V, §1509(b), Oct. 28, 2000, 114 Stat. 1531, provided that: “Theamendment made by subsection (a) [amending Pub. L. 89–732 set out above] shall be effectiveas if included in subtitle G [§40701 et seq.] of title IV of the Violent Crime Control and LawEnforcement Act of 1994 (Public Law 103–322; 108 Stat. 1953 et seq. [see Tables forclassification].)”] [Section 204(b)(1)(C) of Pub. L. 96–212 provided that the amendment of section 1 of Pub. L.89–732, set out above, by Pub. L. 96–212 is effective immediately before Apr. 1, 1980.]Above from: http://143.231.180.80/view.xhtml?req=cuban+adjustment&f=&fq=true&num=2&hl=true Page 2 of 12
  3. 3. Below compiled from Indices posted at: http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/lib_indecitnet.htmlAdjustment of status: • Sec. 1, Act of Nov. 2, 1966: (shows I&N Dec. vol. & page or Interim Dec.#) • applicant native & citizen of Italy who entered as crewman; spouse of Cuban within sec. 1; eligible to apply: 13-575 • applicant native of Cuba but not refugee; eligible; 12-699 • applicant (neither native nor citizen of Cuba) married to Cuban citizen after latters adj. under sec. 1; eligible; 13-480 • applicant (neither native nor citizen of Cuba) separated from Cuban citizen spouse; ineligible; 12-369 • applicant within public charge provisions of secs. 212(a)(l5) & 241(a)(8); 12-432 • arrival as nonimmigrant or parolee a requisite for benefits sec. 1; 12-143 • barred from citizenship as convicted murderer, statutory eligibility not withstanding; 13-166 • crewman, admission as; effect; 12-396; 13-575 • discretionary denial; 12-355 • discretionary nature of relief not withstanding statutory eligibility; 12- 432 • inspected and admitted on Jan. 1, 1959; ineligible; 12-788 • "inspected and admitted or paroled"; question of; 12-112, 291, 549 • "last arrival"; construed; 12-56 • last entry illegal; ineligible; 12-688 • last entry prior to Jan. 1, 1959; ineligible; 12-247 • spouse of alien within sec. 1; eligible not withstanding entry as crewman; 13-575 • spouse of alien within sec. 1; ineligible where alien himself denied adjustment; 13-740 • spouse of alien within sec. 1; last entry prior Jan. 1, 1959; ineligible; 12- 247 • effective date of acquisition of lawful permanent resident status; #3069, 3092 • jurisdiction of Immigration Judge to consider application for; #3450, 3639 • statute of limitations for rescission of adjustment of Cuban aliens; #2627 Page 3 of 12
  4. 4. Matter of Cite as: Comments & LinkRiva 12 I&N Dec. 56 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1691.pdf (R.C. 1967) Overly strict and rigid reading of liberal and remedial legislation was sharply disfavored in this case or any other.Alvarez-Riera 12 I&N Dec. 112 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1705.pdf (BIA 1967) Cuban EWI ineligible for AOS. MTR in deportation proceedings in order to adjust under new law was denied without prejudice, because he was not “inspected, admitted, or paroled”.Benguria Y 12 I&N Dec. 143 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1713.pdfRodriguez (R.C. 1967) Backdating prohibited when the applicant originally arrived on an Immigrant Visa. Sec. 2 only backdates when entry was made as a nonimmigrant or parolee.Guerrero 12 I&N Dec. 247 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1738.pdf (R.C. 1967) Denied on a technicality. You might call it a “reverse loophole” or more simply and appropriately, a noose.Menendez 12 I&N Dec. 291 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1748.pdf (DD 1967) Change of status within the United States equated to “inspection and admission”.Marchena 12 I&N Dec. 355 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1767.pdf (R.C. 1967) Interpreting a specific criminal statute as not a CIMT but denying adjustment as a matter of discretion due to still being on parole for the criminal conviction.Bellido 12 I&N Dec. 369 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1769.pdf (R.C. 1967) Non-Cuban spouse who is NOT residing with the Cuban spouse in the U.S., found ineligible to adjust as a derivative of a “Cuban refugee”. In fact, they separated with no potential for reconciliation. Even though she resided in Cuba and had four Cuban children, she never acquired Cuban nationality in her 16 years residing there. While she qualifies as a political refugee, the Cuban Adjustment provision did not apply to her situation. Page 4 of 12
  5. 5. Sanabria 12 I&N Dec. 396 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1774.pdf (R.C. 1967) Cuban admitted a crewman is still eligible for this adjustment provision.Mesa 12 I&N Dec. 432 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1788.pdf (Dep. Assoc. “It is axiomatic that laws remedial in Comm’r 1967) nature,..., should be construed liberally.” At p.435 Public charge grounds held inapplicable as a matter of discretion as well as Congressional Intent, Executive Order, and public policy issues. Funds were set aside specifically for this class of refugee, therefore to label them as inadmissible and deportable as “public charges” and this deny adjustment is an absurd result. This case describes an old English common-law case that set aside the King’s Law which stated that breaking out of prison is a felony. The circumstances were that the prisoner broke out because the prison was on fire. It was held that “he is not to be hanged because he would not stay to be brunt”. Absurd!Rodriguez 12 I&N Dec. 549 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1821.pdf (R.C. 1967) The statute required the applicant to be admitted or paroled subsequent to (meaning “after”) Jan. 1, 1959, but he originally arrived on that exact date. He immediately sought political asylum and was “paroled” at time of entry and referred for inspection. He was later re-paroled several times and ultimately “paroled indefinitely” as a Cuban refugee. Eventually he filed for adjustment years later when the new law passed. The DD denied the adjustment (believing he was constrained) but certified the decision for review. The denial was reversed. The re- parole cured the defect in the original parole upon entry. Page 5 of 12
  6. 6. Martinez- 12 I&N Dec. 688 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1851.pdfMonteagudo (R.C. 1968) Because the applicant’s very last entry was without inspection, he is ineligible. This is true even though he had previously entered legally and subsequent to the statutorily prescribed date of Jan. 1, 1959. Matter of Riva, distinguished.Masson 12 I&N Dec. 699 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol12/1855.pdf (BIA 1968) Citizen of Haiti who was born in Cuban is eligible for adjustment as Cuban refugee.Martin-Arencibia 13 I&N Dec. 166 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol13/1946.pdf (R.C. 1969) DD denied on wrong grounds. Case remanded for further fact-finding (to search for alternate grounds for denial, if one existed-perhaps due to psychiatric treatment history). Although the applicant was convicted of murder in Cuba, he is not “ineligible to citizenship” as used in § 212 which is specifically reserved for draft dodgers/avoiders, evaders, and deserters.Milan 13 I&N Dec. 480 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol13/2023.pdf (Act. R.C. 1970) Non-Cuban spouse who married a Cuban who had already adjusted status found eligible notwithstanding sequence of events in this case.Costarelli 13 I&N Dec. 575 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol13/2047.pdf (BIA 1970) Italian national eligible as “spouse of a Cuban”.Quijada-Coto 13 I&N Dec. 740 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol13/2092.pdf Non-Cuban derivative spouse ineligible when principal Cuban spouse was denied adjustment of status.Carrillo- 16 I&N Dec. 429 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol16/2627.pdfGutierrez (BIA 1977) INA § 246 rescission applies to Cuban adjustments. The statute of limitations is controlled by date of approval and NOT by the backdated status start date.Diaz-Chambrot 19 I&N Dec. 674 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol19/3069.pdf (BIA 1988) (1) The effective date of an aliens acquisition of lawful permanent resident status pursuant to section 1 of the Cuban Page 6 of 12
  7. 7. Refugee Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966, Pub. L. No. 89-732, 80 Stat. 1161, is 30 months prior to his application for such adjustment of status, or the date of his last arrival in the United States, whichever date is later. (2) In consideration of an application for a waiver of excludability under section 212(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1182(c) (1982), the Board of Immigration Appeals found the respondent statutorily eligible, concluding that the effective date of his acquisition of lawful permanent resident status was governed by the provisions of the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966; in so holding, the Board modified its decision in Matter of Carrillo- Gutierrez, 16 I&N Dec. 429 (BIA 1977), to the extent that it had stated obiter dictum that the retroactivity provisions of the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act applied solely to residency requirements for naturalization eligibility.Rivera-Rioseco 19 I&N Dec. 833 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol19/3092.pdf (BIA 1988) (1) The effective date of an aliens acquisition of lawful permanent resident status pursuant to section 1 of the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966, is 30 months prior to his application for such adjustment of status, or the date of his last arrival in the United States, whichever date is later. (2) For purposes of relief under section 212(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1182(c) (1982), the date of acquisition of lawful unrelinquished domicile by an alien who had his status Page 7 of 12
  8. 8. adjusted pursuant to section 1 of the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966, is 30 months prior to his application for such adjustment of status, or the date of his last arrival in the United States, whichever date is later. Matter of Diaz-Chambrot, 19 I&N Dec. 674 (BIA 1988), followed.Artigas 23 I&N Dec. 99 Interim Decision #3450 (BIA 2001) An Immigration Judge has jurisdiction to adjudicate an application for adjustment of status under the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966, Pub. L. No. 89-732, 80 Stat. 1161, as amended, when the respondent is charged as an arriving alien without a valid visa or entry document in removal proceedings.Martinez- 24 I&N Dec. 778 http://www.justice.gov/eoir/vll/intdec/vol24/3639.pdfMontalvo (BIA 2009) Under 8 C.F.R. §§ 245.2(a)(1) and April 20, 2009 1245.2(a)(1)(ii) (2008), Immigration Judges have no jurisdiction to adjudicate an application filed by an arriving alien seeking adjustment of status under the Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966, Pub. L. No. 89-732, 80 Stat. 1161, as amended, with the limited exception of an alien who has been placed in removal proceedings after returning to the United States pursuant to a grant of advance parole to pursue a previously filed application. Matter of Artigas, 23 I&N Dec. 99 (BIA 2001), superseded. “... United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) generally has exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate adjustment applications of arriving aliens. The only exception to this rule arises when Page 8 of 12
  9. 9. an alien who leaves the United States while an adjustment application is pending with the USCIS returns pursuant to a grant of advance parole and is placed in removal proceedings. 8 C.F.R. §§ 1245.2(a) (1) (ii) (A)-(D). In such circumstances, an Immigration Judge would have jurisdiction to adjudicate the alien’s renewed adjustment application in removal proceedings if the application has been denied by the USCIS.” At p. 782 AAO Non-Precedent Decisions posted on www.uscis.gov Home > Administrative Decisions >A2 - Certification of Cuban Adjustment Application for Permanent Residence Pursuant to Section 1 of the Cuban Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966 (P.L. 89-732)May062009_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Lacks physical presence.May062009_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Fake birth certificate.May062009_03A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Fake birth certificate.Jun092009_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Jun102009_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. Lack of jurisdiction.Jun292009_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Stowaway ineligible for AOS.Jul072009_01A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded. K-3 is OK for CAA.Jul072009_02A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded. K-4 is OK for CAA.Jul072009_03A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded. K-4 is OK for CAA.Jul072009_04A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded. K-4 is OK for CAA.Jul072009_05A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. Lack of jurisdiction.Jul072009_06A2caa.pdf Motion Granted but Denial Upheld.Jul082009_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. Lack of jurisdiction.Jul092009_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. Lack of jurisdiction.Jul202009_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. Lack of jurisdiction. Sham marriage.Jul202009_02A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. Lack of jurisdiction.Aug032009_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. INTERPOL Fugitive Warrant.Aug042009_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Aug042009_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. No Response to RFE/Abandoned.Sep152009_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. Lack of jurisdiction. Page 9 of 12
  10. 10. AAO Non-Precedent Decisions posted on www.uscis.gov Home > Administrative Decisions >A2 - Certification of Cuban Adjustment Application for Permanent Residence Pursuant to Section 1 of the Cuban Adjustment Act of November 2, 1966 (P.L. 89-732)Jan212010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Jan212010_02A2caa.pdf MTRR Dismissed. No New Evidence, No Error ID’d.Jan262010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Jan262010_02A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!Jan262010_03A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Jan262010_04A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Jan272010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!Feb012010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb012010_02A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb012010_03A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb012010_04A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb012010_05A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb012010_06A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb042010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!Feb042010_02A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!Feb042010_03A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!Feb162010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb192010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded for Completion.Feb192010_02A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded for Completion.Feb192010_03A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded for Completion.Feb192010_04A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded for Completion.Feb202010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Feb242010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Burden of Proof not met.Feb242010_02A2caa.pdf Denial Withdrawn & Remanded for Completion.Feb242010_03A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Mar122010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Mar122010_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Mar122010_03A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Mar122010_04A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Principal (Her Spouse) Denied.Mar122010_05A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Mar122010_06A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Mar122010_07A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Apr052010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Apr052010_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Divorced from Cuban Spouse. Page 10 of 12
  11. 11. Apr062010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility.Apr062010_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Must file I-601 for CIMT.Apr082010_01A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded, Substantive Legal Error.Apr082010_02A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded, Substantive Legal Error.Apr082010_03A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded, Substantive Legal Error.Apr162010_01A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded for New Decision.Apr222010_01A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, in part, Denial Affirmed, Cuban Spouse adjusted under NACARA not CAA, CAA Ineligible.May072010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.May072010_02A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!May072010_03A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!May112010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Must file I-601.May202010_01A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists. See IJ!Jun032010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Discretionary Denial (lacks GMC).Jul092010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Jul092010_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Jul092010_03A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Jul092010_04A2caa.pdf Appeal Rejected. No Right of Appeal Exists.Jul092010_05A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Sep082010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Burden of Proof Not Met.Sep092010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Sep092010_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Sep092010_03A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Sep092010_04A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Merely Filed Too Early.Sep102010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Lacks “Rehabilitation” from crimes.Sep102010_03A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded for New Decision.Sep102010_04A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded for New Decision.Sep132010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Burden of Proof Not Met.Sep132010_02A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded for Further Processing.Sep132010_03A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. False Claim to USC, Not Waivable.Sep222010_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility, No Waiver.Oct222010_01A2caa.pdf Dead link.Oct222010_02A2caa.pdf Dead link.Feb022011_01A2caa.pdf Certification Withdrawn, Remanded Due to Procedural Error.Feb222011_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility, I-601 under INA § 212(h) was Denied.Mar082011_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Burden of Proof Not Met. Bona Fides of marriage are Insufficient & Ineligible EWI. Page 11 of 12
  12. 12. Mar312011_01A2caa.pdf 2nd MTR Granted, I-485 Remains Denied. False Claim to USC on Form I-9. No Waiver Available.Apr122011_01A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded a Second Time for Further Development and a New Decision, to be Certified to AAO if Adverse.May132011_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility, No Waiver.May232011_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Burden of Proof Not Met.May262011_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. No Qualifying Relative for I-601.May262011_02A2caa.pdf Withdrawn, Remanded, I-601 was filed and remains pending.Aug152011_01A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility, No Waiver.Aug152011_02A2caa.pdf Denial Affirmed. Criminal inadmissibility, No Waiver. Page 12 of 12

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