The Eighth Circuit held that the non-LPR petitioner’s claim that the IJ and BIA failed to consider all the evidence of exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to his children, and that this failure constituted a denial of due process and an incorrect application of the hardship standard, was a challenge as to how the IJ and BIA weighed the evidence in support of his application for cancellation of removal, and was thus outside the court’s jurisdiction to review.

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