In an unsurprising decision, the 8th Circuit affirmed an Immigration Judge's denial of an immigrant's 13th request for a continuance. The Judge noted that the immigrant was not likely to succeed in his quest to have an I-130 filed by his daughter approved because the Department of Homeland Security had already determined that he had engaged in fraudulent marriage. Such a finding would bar the approval of the I-130 filed by his daughter. The 8th Circuit affirmed, finding no good cause for another continuance request.
The full text of Mogeni v. Holder can be found here: http://media.ca8.uscourts.gov/opndir/15/03/133597P.pdf