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Immigration: Removal-Timeliness

Where a petitioner from Mexico sought review of an order denying his motion to remand in which he argued that the immigration judge lacked statutory authority to enter an order of removal in absentia, the motion was untimely and the ...

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Immigration: Removal Proceedings-Reconsideration-Timeliness

Petitioner, a citizen of The Gambia, petitioned for review of the denial of her motion to reconsider, reopen and terminate her removal proceedings Where petitioner’s motion was untimely and numerically barred and foreclosed by legal precedent, the Board of Immigration ...

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Criminal Law: Habeas Relief-Timeliness

Where a defendant challenged his sentence based on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Johnson v. United States with the filing of a pro se letter seeking Section 2255 relief, the petition was untimely, and the judgment is affirmed because ...

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