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June 30, 2005

Jockey Elliott's Immigration Case Moved to N.J.

AP Monday June 27, 2005 "Jockey Stewart Elliott, who nearly won the Triple Crown aboard Smarty Jones in 2004, will have his deportation case moved from Philadelphia to Newark, N.J.

An immigration judge ruled on the matter Monday, and an immigration court in Newark will schedule hearings.

Elliott, who was born in Toronto, is facing deportation because of a 2001 guilty plea to aggravated assault. He sought the switch to New Jersey because of a recent move from Pennsylvania to Hunterdon County, N.J."

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Posted by VisaLawyer at June 30, 2005 02:52 PM


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