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Miguel Augusto Ixpec-Chitay, A097 535 400 (BIA Sept. 16, 2013)

Miguel Augusto Ixpec-Chitay, A097 535 400 (BIA Sept. 16, 2013)

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In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) upheld the suppression of evidence obtained by ICE officers who, during an early morning home raid, entered the respondent's home through windows without a search warrant or consent, hit the respondent on the head with a flashlight, handcuffed the respondent without asking any questions or informing him why he was under arrest, transported the respondent against his will, and subjected the respondent to hours of custodial interrogation. The Board also found that the respondent's foreign birth certificate neither constituted "independent" evidence of alienage nor was attenuated from the unlawful home raid. The decision was written by Member Roger Pauley and joined by Member Teresa Donovan and by Member Linda Wendtland.
In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) upheld the suppression of evidence obtained by ICE officers who, during an early morning home raid, entered the respondent's home through windows without a search warrant or consent, hit the respondent on the head with a flashlight, handcuffed the respondent without asking any questions or informing him why he was under arrest, transported the respondent against his will, and subjected the respondent to hours of custodial interrogation. The Board also found that the respondent's foreign birth certificate neither constituted "independent" evidence of alienage nor was attenuated from the unlawful home raid. The decision was written by Member Roger Pauley and joined by Member Teresa Donovan and by Member Linda Wendtland.

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Markowi, Peter L., Esq.Immigration Justice ClinicBrookdale Center 55 Fifth Avenue, Room 1109New York, NY 10003
U Depatment of Justice
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OHS/ICE ffice of Chief Counsel -NYD 201 Varick Rm 1130New York, NY 10014Name: IXPEC CHITAY, MIGUEL AUGUS ... A 097535400Date of this notice9/16/2013
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For more unpublished BIA decisions, visit www.irac.net/unpublished
Cite as: Miguel Augusto Ixpec-Chitay, A097 535 400 (BIA Sept. 16, 2013)
 
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201witte desion anting the espondents motion to sppess d teinate emoval poeedings. The espondet h opposed the HSappeal equested ol gment and eqested that thisBoad isse peeent n is ae The espodent's eqest  oal agument is denied d wedeline the espondens eqest hat we sse preedent n hs ase The S apeal will bedismissed The Bod evews an Immiatio Jdges nings of t nluing dings as to teedibili of testimony unde he "eay eoneosstandd 8 CR § 1003 (d)(3)() eBod eviews qestions of law dseton d jdgment ad ll othe isses in appeas omeisions ofmmiaton Jdges de novo 8 CFR § 1003(d)(3)(i)Oappea e HS ontens hat the espondent shol be nd not edble that he d otestablish a 
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ae  sppesson hat the eo s evoid of evidene o  eegousviolation o te espondent's onsitio rghs that Fos I213 an 21  ae sientlyaenate om a voaton o te espoet's osttton gts and at e espoet'sbth eiate s epedently sore sppessible iety evene (DS' B at
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89 6) The DHS asses that the Immiation dge's desion ganting he espondents mototo sppess d tenate poeedngs shold be vaated that the espondent shodbe ndemovae s hge and that oeeings should be einstatedWe nee ot eeat ll the al msaes o his ase a extesivel esibed by eImmiaton Jdge but we wll eview bakond inaton tat s palaly elevant  adting the istant appel
Cite as: Miguel Augusto Ixpec-Chitay, A097 535 400 (BIA Sept. 16, 2013)
 
A09 535 400On Apil 18, 200, the repondet wa peronaly eed a Notice to Appe, aegig thathe wa a citizen of Guatemala d chging him wth being preent in the United Statewithot admiion or parole (Exh 1 e HS proered Fo -213, a record of Inadmiible/Depoable Aien, and Fo 215c, a Record of Swo Statement (Exh 2( and3( a evidence of alienage On October 10, 2008, he repondent led a motion to uppredtermnate with the Immiation Judge, guing that the HS evidence wa obtaned duringan eegiou violatio of he Foh Amendment to the US Contituio, and therere houldbe uppreed d e proceng agnt him teinatedOn December 18, 2008, the HSled  oppoition to e repondent motion wih new evidence cudig a docmetpoing to be he repondent bih ceicate om Gatemaa (Exhs 40(-46( heImmiaion Jdge dected the HS to le y wts om the aet ination on thecircumtance of he home ey, inatio uoding how the bih ceicate wa obtained,d a lit of any HS wiee in the cae Athough e HS bmied the additioaldocens to the Immigation Jd
e, the HS did not ubmit y witnee or rebuta evideceato the events of pril 18, 2007On Api 20, 2009, the repondent tetied in uppo of hi motion He tetied that onApril 18, 2007, he
eted at hi home i verhead, NY, where he lived i a tee bedroomapenton the ound oor eve, th even men, including hi brother Clo d Critoba(J at 4 Exh 4 d 5( At approximatey 500 am that moing, he repondet heard thephone rng d he noie of many c iving ne h home e repodent hed a nmber of voice of mmiation d Cstom Enforcement agent yelling outside in Engih (which inot hi native lguage "[p]oice, poice, open the door! (J at 5 r at 219-20 erepondent ept in a bedroom wth hi brother Co and CritobaHe tetied that there wasair coditioer in the window next to hi bed, whch ipped out a the wndow w raied by agent He tetied that hi head w der the cover and thi agent reached inide thewidow and hit m o the head with a heavy metal ashlight approximatey three time, whichlater caed a ge bie on hi head (J at 57 r at 28182 he agent incted him to getup ad open he ont door While the repondent dd ot get up ot of hi bed, hi brother Carlo got up d went out into he itchen leaving their bedroom door open (J at 5 Tr at240-42 The repondent cod he that here was another aget i the tchen who he ater leed om Carlo had opened d partialy phed througha itchen window hi aget wayeling at Caro to "[o]pen the door, open the door (J at 5 Tr at29799 e repodentobeed hi broher Caro, om hi poition in hi bed, begin to unlatch the door whe heagent puhed hi brother over and ce into hi home (r at 19 Exh
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A und by the Immito Jdge, Exhibit 46(,  adavit om ICE SupeioDetenion and Depotation Ocer Daen Wii (which mae geeralized atementregarding the typical enrcement procedurein eect in New Yor during 2007, doe notconttte rebua evdece as it doe ot contn any perna owledge o the events April 18, 2007
 Thee ct are eentialy udiputed However, the HS aert that becaue he repondetcould not ee the initial interacio beween Co d the aget leanig i through the itchenwidow, the repondent lac perona owledge about whether or not hi brother coneted tothe agents coming into hi home (HS Br at 21 2
Cite as: Miguel Augusto Ixpec-Chitay, A097 535 400 (BIA Sept. 16, 2013)

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