Surprising: Latest update on Ramirez V. Dougherty (formerly titled Ramirez v. Brown), 9TH CIRCUIT TPS CASE

Posted by Robert Berke | Jul 21, 2017 | 0 Comments


There has been a curious development in Ramirez v. Dougherty (No. 14-35633) which holds that recipients of Temporary Protected Status are deemed to be in lawful status and thus are considered to have been inspected and admitted for purposes of adjusting status (formerly Ramirez v. Dougherty)...

Back in May, the government asked the Circuit Court to extend their time to file a Petition for Rehearing. The Court agreed to extend the time for the government to challenge its ruling until July 20, 2017. As of today, the government has not filed a Petition for Rehearing. Although the government still has procedural options to challenge the ruling, it does appear that as of least in within the jurisdiction of the 9th Circuit...aliens in TPS status can obtain their permanent residency through an approved, current immigrant petition.

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Attorney Robert G. Berke has been licensed to practice law in theState of California since 1990 and is a member in good standing of theState Bar of California. He is also admitted to practice in federalDistrict Courts throughout California and in the 5th, 6th, 9th, 10th and11th Circuits of the U....


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