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Harbin v. Sessions, 14-1433

In the case of a lawful permanent resident appealing the denial of relief due to a NY criminal conviction, the court found that: 1) the NY conviction arose from an indivisible statute, and; 2) applying the categorical approach, determined that it did not constitute an aggravated felony, for which reason they then vacated the finding of ineligibility for relief and remanded for further proceedings.

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  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2017/06/21




  • United States Second Circuit


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