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15 Nov 2016, 7:14 am by The Federalist Society
The Attorney General of the United States then obtained a grant of certiorari from the Supreme Court. [read post]
12 Jun 2017, 2:04 pm by Ian Samuel
Morales-Santana, which is a case about who exactly is a citizen of the United States at birth. [read post]
19 Jun 2017, 9:01 pm by Joanna L. Grossman
Morales-Santana, the Court said “yes,” although it stopped short of providing a remedy that for the unconstitutional harm it identified.Luis Ramón Morales-Santana was born in the Dominican Republic but has lived in the United States since he was 13. [read post]
18 Nov 2019, 3:30 am by Chao-Ju Chen
Born in 1962 in the Dominican Republic to an unwed American citizen father of Puerto Rican origin and a Dominican Republic citizen mother, the plaintiff Luis Morales-Santana had lived in the United States since he was thirteen. [read post]
12 Jun 2017, 8:04 am by Ruthann Robson
Morales-Santana, the United States Supreme Court has held that the differential requirements regarding US presence for unwed fathers and unwed mothers to... [read post]
28 Jul 2008, 1:16 pm
We next reject Wear's contention that our decision is controlled by the United States Supreme Court's decision in Welsh v. [read post]
11 Oct 2013, 7:19 pm by Mary Dwyer
Sims 12-1217 Issue: (1) Whether the “hot pursuit” doctrine articulated in United States v. [read post]
7 Nov 2016, 4:54 am by Amy Howe
For Morales-Santana, who became a permanent resident of the United States in 1975, the issue arose when the federal government initiated proceedings to deport him from the United States after a series of criminal convictions that included robbery, burglary and attempted murder. [read post]
24 Jun 2017, 12:00 am by Robert L. Mues
The current federal citizenship rules state that a child born to an unwed mother automatically becomes a citizen of the United States if the mother previously lived in the United States for at least one-year. [read post]