These charts list common criminal offenses, and whether they might trigger an immigration ground of removability (and thereby subject an immigrant to deportation): New York Connecticut Vermont Pennsylvania
Download: “Particularly Serious Crime” Bars on Asylum and Withholding of Removal: Case Law Standards and Sample Determinations
This chart is separated by capital letter category which relates to the relevant subsection of the statutory definition of “aggravated felony.” Within each letter category, the cases are grouped by jurisdiction beginning with the Supreme Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals and continuing through the Circuit Courts of Appeals and the Federal District Courts (and by reverse chronological order … Read more »
This checklist summarizes defensive legal arguments and strategies that noncitizens and their legal representatives may pursue in removal proceedings involving crime-related charges. Download: Removal Defense Checklist in Criminal Charge Cases
IDP has updated our two-page checklist which summarizes the criminal offenses that might have immigration consequences for immigrant defendants. Includes summary of criminal bars relating to the DACA temporary administrative status program, as announced by DHS on June 15, 2012.