The Ninth Circuit dismissed the petition for review, holding that, pursuant to the jurisdiction-stripping provisions of INA §242(a)(2)(A), the court lacked jurisdiction to review the Immigration Judge’s affirmance of the asylum officer’s negative credible fear determination in the petitioner’s expedited removal proceedings. The court rejected the petitioner’s argument that the jurisdiction-stripping provisions unconstitutionally deprived the petitioner of any forum in which to bring a procedural due process challenge to his expedited removal proceedings, because there exist certain exceptions to the restriction on judicial review.

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Be careful when presenting your asylum case