This Article examines the United States Supreme Court's holding in INS v. Wang. The author argues that the decision severely limited judicial review of administrative decisions of suspension of deportation. She explores the factors considered by adjudicative bodies in ruling on extreme hardship and motions to reopen suspension proceedings, and examines the nature of the "extreme hardship" requirements in light of the holding in Wang. The author concludes that guidelines must be established which will aid in defining the term "extreme hardship" and establish a single evidentiary standard necessary to support this claim.
What Went Wrong with Wang?: An Examination of Immigration and Naturalization Service v. Wang,
San Diego L. Rev.
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