The Ninth Circuit found that 8 CFR §1208.31(e), which prevents a noncitizen who is subject to a reinstated removal order from applying for asylum, is reasonable, and entitled to deference under Chevron. Accordingly, the court affirmed the BIA’s conclusion that it could not consider the petitioner’s application for asylum in light of his reinstated removal order. The court remanded for the BIA to reconsider the petitioner’s applications for withholding of removal and protection under the Convention Against Torture (CAT) in light of intervening circuit precedent inHenriquez-Rivas v. Holder and Madrigal v. Holder.

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Circuit Court Upholds Regulation Precluding an Individual Subject to a Reinstated Removal Order from Applying for Asylum