The Second Circuit held that INA §242(a)(2)(C)’s jurisdictional provision applies only to cases in which the immigration judge has found a petitioner removable based on covered criminal activity and does not apply where the petitioner’s order of removal is based solely on unlawful presence.

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Court Says INA §242(a)(2)(C)’s Jurisdictional Provision Does Not Apply Where Removal Order Is Based Solely on Unlawful Presence’