The Seventh Circuit has determined that review of a section 13 adjustment of status application - available to certain foreign officials performing diplomatic and semi-diplomatic duties - is exclusively with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.  As such, the denial of such an application is reviewable only by the Administrative Appeals Office, and not the Board of Immigration Appeals.  The court also determined that providing interpretation services to the leader of a terrorist organization constitutes the provision of material support to that organization.

The full text of Jabateh v. Lynch can be found here: