Eid v. Thompson 749 F.3d 118
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Elias Halim EID; Gwen Packard-EID,
John THOMPSON, District Director, Newark District;
US CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES
(D.C. Civil Action No. 2-11-cv-03945)
Argued September 25, 2013
Opinion filed: January 10, 2014
Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
District Judge: Honorable William J. Martini
Before: AMBRO, FISHER, and HARDIMAN, Circuit Judges
CINA presents Examples of Immigration Court Decisions on Immigration Fraud. People get scared and they lie. It is human nature. And it causes a great deal of heartache for immigrants and headaches for the USCIS and immigration court.
Many times the immigrants would do better to tell the truth and then ask for waivers or humanitarian relief. Unfortunately, immigrants who lie like this tend to find advice from non-lawyers who do not know about the legal way to enter the US when there are problems with the case.
One of the big problems with defending cases of immigration fraud is the bias by the immigration judge or USCIS. “Once a liar, always a liar!” It takes a great deal of work to re-establish the truth telling and veracity of the immigrant.