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Charles H. Bresiac, A091 402 355 (BIA March 15, 2013)

Charles H. Bresiac, A091 402 355 (BIA March 15, 2013)

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In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) reopened and terminated proceedings after the respondent provided evidence demonstrating that his criminal conviction was vacated because he was not advised of potential immigration consequences before entering his guilty plea. The decision was written by Member Ana Mann and joined by Vice Chairman Charles Adkins-Blanch and Member John Guendelsberger.
In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) reopened and terminated proceedings after the respondent provided evidence demonstrating that his criminal conviction was vacated because he was not advised of potential immigration consequences before entering his guilty plea. The decision was written by Member Ana Mann and joined by Vice Chairman Charles Adkins-Blanch and Member John Guendelsberger.

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File:A091 402 35 -Miami, FLIn re: CHES H. BRESIACIN MOVA PROCEENGAPPEALDae:N BEHLF OF RESPONDENT: Nicholas D Gordon, EsquireORER:
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 The respondent, a naive d citizen of aiti and law permen resident of the UniteSaes, appeas om he Immiaion Judge's decision dated Juay 18, 2012, wich dene hismoion o reopen removal proceedings. he Depment of Homeand Security (HS) as no repied o the respondent's bref on appea. The appeal will be susaine,  proceeigs wibe reopened d terminatedWe review Immiaion Judges' ndings of ct r cear error, but we review questions of aw, iscretion, d judgmen, d all other issues in appeals de novo 8 CF.R§§ 1003.
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(d)(3)(i), (ii) The recor shows hat he HS chged the respondent as n rrivig aien who wasinamissibe under section 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(II) of he Immiaion d aionaliAct,8 USC.§ 1182(a)(2)(A)(i)(II) (conrolled substace vioaion), due o a Febary 21, 1996, Georgia Saeconviction r simpe possession of cocane (Exs 1, 2) On ecember 10, 2008, eImiaion Judge un the responden inadmissible  charged, eeme any appicaion r reief abadoned, and ordered he responden removed. On Janry 18, 2012, the respondent led a moion o reopen and einae proceedings, providing ocumentaon coning ha his1996 convicion was vacated based on he deeinaion a hs no cones plea was madewithout beng infoed of he immiaion consequences and was terere involuntary.Respondent's Moion to Reopen, Tabs
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24 &N Dec. 272(BI 2007)hus,he convicion is no onger vali r imiaon purposes, an therespondent is no longer inadmissibe as chaged
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Cite as: Charles H. Bresiac, A091 402 355 (BIA March 15, 2013)

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