Ahmad Mohamad Yakzan’s Guides

Ahmad Mohamad Yakzan

Saint Petersburg Immigration Attorney.

Contributor Level 13
  1. A Synopsis of Removal Proceedings

    Written by attorney Ahmad Yakzan, about 2 years ago.

    If you ever find yourself facing removal proceedings (deportation), the attorneys at Tucker Ludin are here to help you with your ordeal. This page aims to give you a general description of removal proceedings. The Notice to Appear: The Notice to Appear is the equivalent of the I...

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  2. The Importance of Holding the Government to Its Burden in Immigration Proceedings

    Written by attorney Ahmad Yakzan, over 2 years ago.

    Today is a great day, since I received one of the most exciting rulings from an Immigration Judge. My client has been a lawful permanent resident since he was eleven years old. He went on a short visit to Canada and was not allowed to return to the United States when he tried to...

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  3. VAWA: The Shield Protecting Abused Immigrant Spouses

    Written by attorney Ahmad Yakzan, almost 3 years ago.

    By Eric E. Ludin and Ahmad M. Yakzan Immigration law has been at the forefront of the news lately. Immigration issues are addressed at virtually every political candidate debate. In a nation of immigrants, when one looks at the political discourse relating to the field, one g...

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  4. Recent Issues in Asylum Law

    Written by attorney Ahmad Yakzan, almost 3 years ago.

    In the past month or so, there have been several issues dealing with asylum, which have surfaced in the national stage. The story on which I would like to comment today is the story of the gay Saudi Arabian diplomatAli Ahmad Asseri, who was denied asylum for allegedly participat...

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  5. Recent Eleventh Circuit Decision Overrules the Attorney General on Categorical Approach

    Written by attorney Ahmad Yakzan, about 3 years ago.

    In a major decision, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, overruled a recent decision by the Attorney General, which allowed an Immigration Judge to look outside the record of conviction to determine if a criminal conviction is aCrime Involving Moral Turpitudeunder relevant imm...

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