The BIA ruled that the absence of a checked alien classification box on a Notice to Appear (NTA) does not, by itself, render an NTA fatally deficient; preclude an immigration judge from exercising jurisdiction over removal proceedings; or terminate proceedings under the Migrant Protection Protocols.
BIA Finds Subsequent NTA Perfects Deficient NTA and Ends Accrual of Physical Presence for Purposes of Voluntary Departure
the BIA ruled that if an NTA fails to specify the time/place of an initial removal hearing, a subsequent NTA with the information perfects the deficient NTA…
Appellate procedures and administrative closures have changed https://brian-d-lerner-blog.com/tag/9th-circuit-court-of-appeals/ https://brian-d-lerner-blog.com/tag/administrative-appeals-office-aao-2/ https://brian-d-lerner-blog.com/tag/appeals/ https://californiaimmigration.us/bia-remands-case-where-defendant-appeals-in-absentia-order/
The BIA found that immigration judges may find a document to be fraudulent without forensic analysis if it contains obvious defects or readily identifiable hallmarks of fraud…
The BIA ruled that a conviction for child neglect in the second degree under §163.545(1) of the Oregon Revised Statutes is categorically a “crime of child abuse, child neglect, or child abandonment” under INA §237(a)(2)(E)(i).
The Ninth Circuit issued an order granting the petitioner’s unopposed motion to vacate the BIA’s decision in Matter of E—R—A—L—, which pertains to establishing a particular social group based on landownership, and granted the government’s motion to remand to the BIA for further proceedings.