Gbolahan Majekodunmi v. U.S. Attorney General
Opinion issued by court as to Petitioner Gbolahan Babagbemileke Majekodunmi. Decision: Dismissed. Opinion type: Non-Published. Opinion method: Per Curiam. The opinion is also available through the Court's Opinions page at this link http://www.ca11.uscourts.gov/opinions.
Date Filed: 11/07/2017
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[DO NOT PUBLISH]
IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT
Agency No. A087-208-011
GBOLAHAN BABAGBEMILEKE MAJEKODUNMI,
U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL,
Petition for Review of a Decision of the
Board of Immigration Appeals
(November 7, 2017)
Before TJOFLAT, WILLIAM PRYOR and NEWSOM, Circuit Judges.
Date Filed: 11/07/2017
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Gbolahan Majekodunmi, a native and citizen of Nigeria, petitions pro se for
review of an order affirming the denial of his applications for a waiver of
inadmissibility, 8 U.S.C. § 1182(i), and for an adjustment of status, id. § 1255(a).
The Board of Immigration Appeals affirmed the findings of the immigration judge
that Majekodunmi failed to prove that his removal would cause extreme hardship
to himself or to his mother, a United States citizen. We dismiss Majekodunmi’s
We lack jurisdiction to review Majekodunmi’s petition. “[N]o court . . .
ha[s] jurisdiction to review . . . any judgment regarding the granting of
[discretionary] relief [for a waiver of inadmissibility based on extreme hardship]
under section . . . 1182(i),” id. § 1252(a)(2)(B)(i), unless the petition for review
presents “constitutional claims or questions of law,” id. § 1252(a)(2)(D).
Majekodunmi argues that the Board failed to “give sufficient weight to [his]
claims of undue hardship,” contests the adverse credibility finding of the
immigration judge, argues that his removal will cause undue hardship to his new
wife and child, see id. § 1182(i), and argues that the immigration judge erred by
denying his application for an adjustment of status, id. § 1255(a), but none of his
arguments present a constitutional issue or question of law.
We DISMISS Majekodunmi’s petition.
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