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5107 Leesburg Pike. Suite 2000 Falls Church, Virginia 20530

OHS/ICE 606 S. Olive Street, 8th Floor LOS ANGELES, CA 90014

Name: FLORES CORONA, MARIO

A 205-7 1 9-3 1 7

Date of this notice: 1/1 7 /20 1 4

Enclosed is a copy of the Board's decision and order in the above-referenced case.

Sincerely,

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Enclosure

Panel Members:

Holmes, David 8.

Donna Carr

Chief Clerk

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Cite as: Mario Flores Corona, A205 719 317 (BIA Jan. 17, 2014)

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File:

A205 7 I 9 3 I 7 - Los Angeles, CA

Date:

JAN

I

7 2014

In re: MARIO FLORES CORONA a.k.a. Mario Flores

IN REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS

INTERLOCUTORY APPEAL

ON BEHALF OF RESPONDENT: Pro se

On November 12, 2013, the Immigration Judge issued a decision ordering the respondent

removed to Mexico in absentia. On December 5, 2013, the respondent filed an appeal, arguing

that he was unable to attend his hearing because he was detained and requesting the opportunity

to file for relief from removal. The administrative record reflects that on November 13, 2013,

the Department of Homeland Security filed a Motion to Reopen, requesting the order of removal

be rescinded. The Immigration Judge subsequently entered an order in this case on

November 26, 2013, reopening removal proceedings. Accordingly, this interlocutory appeal is

now moot and the following order will be entered.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the record be returned to the Immigration Court without

further action.

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FOR THE BOARD

Cite as: Mario Flores Corona, A205 719 317 (BIA Jan. 17, 2014)