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The Immigration and Nationality Act provides that any alien convicted of an “aggravated felony” after entering the United States is subject to deportation. The Supreme Court has decided, 5-4, that the statute’s defining an aggravated felony as “a crime of violence” is unconstitutionally vague. Sessions v. Dimaya, No. 15–1498 (Apr. 17, 2018). Justice Neil Gorsuch sided with the liberals on the Court. According to the INA, an aggravated felony includes “a crime of violence for which the term of imprisonment [is] at least one year.”

https://www.natlawreview.com/article/us-supreme-court-immigration-act-unconstitutionally-vague-removal-aggravated-felony?utm_content=b0d367d1466db0e1855e0d9d7e38c1cf&utm_campaign=Immigration%20Legal%20News%20from%20the%20National%20Law%20Review%204-19-18&utm_source=Robly.com&utm_medium=email