Mariana Collins-Romero send us this gem: "The Immigration Judge erred in holding that the respondent's act of inventing a social security number is a crime involving moral turpitude ... On appeal, the DHS has not directed us to any case law, nor do we find any, where an alien who admitted to using a fictitious social security number to secure private employment was deemed to have committed a crime involving moral turpitude under federal immigration law. ... the respondent has established her statutory eligibility for cancellation of removal. We see no reason to deny relief in the exercise of discretion. Accordingly, we sustain the respondent's appeal." Matter of X-, Feb. 7, 2011.
Courtesy of Bender's Immigration Bulletin - Daily Edition.