BIA

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BIABusiness Improvement Area
BIABureau of Indian Affairs
BIABusiness Impact Analysis (management analysis identifying the impacts of losing company resources; commonly part of a Business Recovery Plan)
BIABuilding Industry Association
BIABoard of Immigration Appeals (US DOJ)
BIABrothers in Arms (game)
BIABandaranaike International Airport (Sri Lanka)
BIABusiness in Africa (magazine)
BIABusiness Improvement Association (Canada)
BIABioelectric Impedance Analysis
BIABaby in Arms
BIABankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada)
BIABrain Injury Association (USA)
BIABrick Institute of America
BIABengaluru International Airport (Bangalore, India)
BIABanque Internationale pour l'Afrique (French)
BIABorder & Immigration Agency (UK, formerly Immigration and Nationality Directorate)
BIABusiness Intelligence Analytics
BIABioindustry Association (UK)
BIABioIndustry Association
BIABuffer Index Area
BIABasic Internet Access
BIABurned-in Address
BIABusiness Impact Assessment
BIABusiness Impact Analysis
BIABrick Industry Association
BIABoating Industry Association (now NMMA)
BIABrevet d'Initiation Aéronautique (French aeronautics diploma)
BIABastia, Corsica, France - Poretta (Airport Code)
BIABump in the API
BIABaixo Impacto Ambiental (Portuguese: Low Environmental Impact; Brazil)
BIABezbednosno Informativna Agencija (Serbian intelligence agency)
BIABristol International Airport (UK)
BIABreakfast in America (restaurant; Paris, France)
BIABudget Implementation Act (various locations)
BIABroadband Internet Access
BIABusiness Intelligence Accelerator (software)
BIABureau of Immigration Appeals
BIABremer Innovations Agentur (German innovation support company)
BIABradley International Airport (Hartford, Connecticut)
BIABritish Institute at Ankara (Ankara, Turkey)
BIABurned-In (MAC) Address (Cisco)
BIABasic Insurance Amount (federal government employee life insurance)
BIABiospecific Interaction Analysis
BIABroadmoor Improvement Association
BIABachelor of Industrial Administration
BIABicycle Institute of America
BIABio-Inspired Algorithm
BIABusiness Improvement Architects (Canada)
BIABarbecue Industry Association
BIABilateral Infrastructure Agreement (various locations)
BIABureau Issues Association (US agency)
BIABoehringer Ingelheim Austria
BIABinding Industries of America
BIABureau Informatisering Amsterdam (City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
BIABest in America
BIABoard of Indian Affairs (state of Utah)
BIABeef Improvement Association
BIABanque Intercontinentale Arabe (French: Arab Intercontinental Bank)
BIABulletin d'Information Archéologique (French: Archaeological Information Bulletin)
BIABomb Impact Assessment
BIABarbados Institute of Architects (Barbados)
BIABritish Insurance Association (now ABI)
BIABilingual Interactive Activation Model
BIABus Interface Adapter
BIABall Image Analyzer
BIABulk Inversion Asymmetry
BIABiométrie et Intelligence Artificielle (French: Biometrics and Artificial Intelligence)
BIABusiness Internet Analytics (Microsoft initiative)
BIABritish Irish Association
BIABureau d'Information Aéronautique (French)
BIABusiness Intelligence Associates, Inc
BIABraille Institute of America, Inc.
BIABusqueda de Inteligencia Artificial (Spanish)
BIABook Income Adjustment (tax)
BIABuses International Association
BIABase Information Analysis
BIABoost, Insertion, and Abort
BIABorn Into Ashes (band)
BIABroadband Internetwork Analyzer
BIABaccalauréat en Informatique Appliquée (Bachelor in Data Sciences)
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Sessions articulated this policy change in Matter of A-B-, while intervening in the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)s decision to grant a Salvadoran woman asylum based on her claim of spousal abuse.
Where a petitioner from Somalia sought to reopen his removal proceedings based on his fear of a terrorist organization, arguing that subject-matter jurisdiction was lacking due to a defect in his notice to appear, the court agrees with other circuits that have rejected this argument, so the immigration judge and the Board of Immigration Appeals had jurisdiction, and the board did not abuse its discretion by denying the motion.
2014), that it is "conduct that is contrary to justice, honesty, or morality; esp., an act that demonstrates depravity." Webster's Third New International Dictionary defines it as "1: an act or behavior that gravely violates the moral sentiment or accepted moral standards of the community; esp.: sexual immorality ; 2: the morally culpable quality held to be present in some criminal offenses as distinguished from others ." The Board of Immigration Appeals offers this: "The term 'moral turpitude' generally refers to conduct that is 'inherently base, vile, or depraved, and contrary to the accepted rules of morality and the duties owed between persons or to society in general." Matter of Silva-Trevino, 26 I.
"The Board of Immigration Appeals dismissed the case on April 11, 2019," the Executive Office for Immigration Review said.
Where the Board of Immigration Appeals denied a petitioner's motion to reopen his claim for withholding of removal, the BIA did not abuse its discretion, as the motion was nearly seven years late.
The Board of Immigration Appeals dismissed Cruz-Quintanilla's appeal on the ground that he failed to establish clear error in the factual findings of the immigration judge.
The case can also be appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) if meritorious grounds exist and the appeal is timely filed.
It now turns out that back in 2005, Jared filled a case in the United States court of appeals for the eighth circuit, seeking a review of a Final Order of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
Tairou's application for asylum was denied, so he appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals, which found that he did not prove that he would face persecution if he returned to Benin.
On these cases, the university says the clinic has a 100 percent grant rate in front of the Asylum Office, the Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, representing many of the most difficult asylum cases with clients from around the world.
Guidice has reserved his right to appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals and has 30 days to file an appeal before the order becomes final."
"I wouldn't want to be in a court system where my adverse party was in charge of the system -- it's fundamentally unfair and unwise," said Paul Schmidt, a former immigration judge and previous chair of the Board of Immigration Appeals, the Justice Department's appellate body for immigration courts.
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