- In re. Cristobal Perez, 22 I&N 689 (BIA 1999) (Word Doc)
- Quick Take: Admission begins upon entry in any status; the stop-time rule kicks in on the date a crime occurs.
Barton v. Barr, No. 18-725 (US 2020) [Sections 1229b, 1182(a)(2), 1227(a)(2)] For purposes of the stop-time rule, the offense that precludes cancellation of removal need not be an offense that leads to removal. (But note Sotomayor’s dissent, which asserts that the majority totally misread the statute at 1229b, and that there is a different standard for LPRs regarding what offense necessarily triggers the stop-time rule.) (Word Doc Summary) (PDF Summary)