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http://ow.ly/vROzx The Fourth Circuit ga


http://ow.ly/vROzx The Fourth Circuit gave deference to the BIA decision in Camarillo and found that service of the notice to appear (NTA) terminated physical presence by triggering the stop-time rule, notwithstanding the fact that the NTA was missing the hearing date and time and contained incorrect charges that were later amended.

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