New opinion — immigration affirmance

Not a single published opinion last week, the first time that’s happened since I started my blog. Kinda sad.

But we finally get one today. It’s an immigration appeal, rejecting the petitioner’s argument that so-called stop-time rule poses a new disability on his past conduct.

The case is Guzman v. AG. Opinion by Rendell, joined by Greenaway and Krause (is this her first published join?). Arguing counsel were David Katona for the petitioner and Tim Ramnitz for the government.