Notice to Appear (NTA) Case Terminated after Supreme Court Decision in Niz- Chavez

A few years ago, one of our client’s hired us to assist in representation at the Cleveland, Ohio immmigration court. Our client had an asylum application pending in court and an I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative petition pending with USCIS. In the process, a Supreme Court decision was issued in the Niz-Chavez v. Garland case that held that a Notice to Appear (NTA) had to convey a time and place in one place to be deemed a proper notice. After reviewing our client’s NTA and arguing that our client’s NTA was defective, the immigration judge in Cleveland sided with us and our client’s case was successfully terminated in immigration court. 

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