The Eighth Circuit denied the petition for review, finding that the petitioner forfeited his right to a merits hearing on the charge of falsely representing himself as a U.S. citizen in violation of INA §237(a)(3)(D) when he failed to make a timely assertion of that right. As such, the court held that the petitioner’s arguments alleging due process, statutory, and regulatory violations could not prevail.

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