The Second Circuit held that the BIA should determine on remand whether it still adheres to the position that concealment of a felony qualifies as a “crime involving moral turpitude.” If so, the BIA should determine whether its position can be applied retroactively to the petitioner’s case.

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Court Remands to Consider Whether Misprision of Felony Is a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude