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United States Attorneys' Bulletin: Prosecuting Criminal Immigration Offenses, Volume 65 Number 4, July 2017   [open pdf - 2MB]

This edition of the United States Attorneys' Bulletin covers Immigration Offenses. The following articles are included: "Prosecuting 8 U.S.C. § 1253(a): When Your Defendant Resists Removal"; "Using the Alien File in the Prosecution of Immigration Crimes"; "Prosecuting Illegal Reentry Cases Where Evidentiary Documents Are Missing or Incomplete: Everything You Never Wanted to Know About A-Files and Removal Documents and Were Not Afraid Not to Ask"; "Prosecuting Human Rights Violators for Naturalization Fraud: HRSP [Human Rights and Special Prosecutions] Lessons Learned"; "Who's Afraid of Section 922(g)(5)?: Navigating the Criminal, Civil, and Regulatory Foundation of the Statute for a Successful Prosecution"; "ICE [U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement] Detention and Pretrial Release: How the Federal Circuit Courts Construe the INA [Immigration and Nationality Act] and BRA [Board of Immigration Appeals] in Immigration Prosecutions"; "A Practical Approach to Prosecuting Passport and Visa Fraud Cases"; "Material Witness Issues in Alien Smuggling Cases"; "Collateral Attacks Under 8 U.S.C. § 1326(d): A General Overview"; "Combatting Transnational Smuggling Organizations: An Introductory Overview"; "HSI's [Homeland Security Investigations] Public Safety Unit: Combatting Immigration Document and Benefit Fraud"; "Stipulated Judicial Removal Orders"; "B-2 Visitor Visa Fraud: The Investigation and Prosecution of an International Business Scheme"; "Notarios and the Unauthorized Practice of Law: A Signature of Fraud"; "Prosecuting Fraudulent Immigrant Smuggling Schemes"; and "The Times They Are A-Changin': Sentencing in Illegal Reentry Cases and the November 2016 Amendment to U.S.S.G. § 2L1.2(b)(1)."

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2017-07
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United States Attorneys' Bulletin (July 2017), v.65 no.4
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