Steve S. Chang, Esq.

Law Offices of Chang & Lim
3600 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 832
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Name: CHOI, YUN HO
U.S. Department of Justice
Executive Ofce fr Immigration Review
Board of Immigation Appeals
Offce of the Clerk
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A 099-870-596
Date of this notice: 2/18/2014
Enclosed is a copy of the Board's decision and order in the above-refrenced case.
Enclosure
Panel Members:
Adkins-Blanch, Charles K.
Sincerely,
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Donna Carr
Chief Clerk
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Cite as: Yun Ho Choi, A099 870 596 (BIA Feb. 18, 2014)
U.S. Deparent of Justice
Executive Ofce fr Imigation Review
Decision of the Board of Imgration Appeals
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Fa  s Church Virgina 20530
File: A099 870 596 - Los Angeles, CA
I re: YU HO CHOI
I REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS.
APPEAL AND MOTION
Date:
ON BEHALF OF RESPONDENT: Steve S. Chag, Esquire
APPLICATION: Continuace; remand
FEB 18 2014
Te respondet, a native ad citizen of Sout Korea, appeals te decision of te Imigaton
Judge, date December 10, 2012, denying his moton fr a contiuace ad ordering his removal
fom te United States. Te respondent has also fled a moton to read.
Consideng the totaity of te circumstaces, we will gat the respondet's motion to
remad. See generaly Mater of Velarde, 23 I&N Dec. 253 (BIA 2002). Te respondet has
moved fr read in order to seek adjustent of status unde secton 245( a) of te Immigaton
ad Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1255(a). He has presented evidence tat he is te benefciay of
a pending immigat visa pettion fled by his United States citzen daugte ad a Application
to Regster Peaent Residence or Adjust Status (For I-485). The Depaent of Homeland
Security has not relied to te respondet's motion. Accordingly, the fllowing orde is entered.
ORDER: The respondent's motion to remad is gate and the record is readed to te
Immigation Judge fr fther proceedings consistent with te fregoing opinion and fr te
enty of a new decision.
FOR THE BOA
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Cite as: Yun Ho Choi, A099 870 596 (BIA Feb. 18, 2014)
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION COURT
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
File: A099-870-596
1D the Matter of
YUN HO CHOI
RESPONDENT
CHARGES: INA Section 237(a) (1) (B).
APPLICATIONS: Motion to continue.
ON BEHALF OF RESPONDENT: STEVE S. CHANG
ON BEHALF OF OHS: ADAM PERL
December 10, 2012
IN REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS
ORAL DECISION OF THE IMMIGRATION JUDGE
Removal proceedings were commenced in this case by the
filing, on July 7, 2008, of a Notice to Appear� dated June 27,
2008. See Exhibit J.  At a master calendar hearing on May º¡
2009, the respondent denied all the factual allegations set
ÍOTTÌ in the Notice to Appear and denied deportability.
Factual allegation 2 in the Notice to Appear initially
alleged that the respondent is a native of Korea and a citizen
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The Court next considers the reasonableness of the
respondent's conduct, see Ahmed, supra. The Court does not
believe that the respondent has behaved unreasonably in this
case. �
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respondent has not submitted any application for relief to the
Court over which the Court has jurisdiction. Nor is there any
evidence that the respondent has any application currently
pending before any other agency that might lead to his
eligibility to regularize his status. Again, in seeking a
continuance, the respondent cites merely the speculative
possibility that his child one day may pursue naturalization,
may succeed on that naturalization application, and may serve as
a predicate for the respondent to regularize his status.
The Court next considers the inconvenience to the
Court caused by a continuance, see Ahmed, supra. The Court is
not particularly concerned with any inconvenience to the Court.
The Court does not find that it would be inconvenienced in any
significant manner by a continuance. This is not a factor that
militates against a continuance. The Court recognizes,
nonetheless, that the Department of Homeland Security has c
legitimate interest in prosecuting imigration cases of aliens
who are illegally in the United States.
The Court next considers the number of continuances
previously granted, see Ahmed, supra. As noted, this case has
been pending before the Imigration Court since the Notice to
A099-870-596 Û December 10, 2012
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Appear was filed on July J¡  ZÛÛC  It has been pending in the
neighborhood of four and one half years. A hearing was
conducted on May 9¡  ZÛÛÛ  P  hearing was conducted on November
ZÛ¡  ZÛÛÛ.  A hearing was conducted on September ZJ¡  ZÛJÛ.  P 
hearing was conducted on September Z¡   ZÛJJ.  A hearing was
conducted on November 9, ZÛ1Z.  All of these hearings predated
the hearing at which the Immigration Court has considered the
motion to continue filed by the respondent on December JÛ¡  ZÛJZ . 
To be sure, not every continuance is chargeable to the
respondent in this case. Nonetheless£ numer of hearings
that have occurred since the inception of the case under
circumstances in which the respondent has never submitted an
application for relief or protection before this Court is a
factor that the Court considers in assessing the motion to
continue.
Having considered all the factors articulated by the
Ninth Circuit in the � case, the Court concludes that these
factors overwhelmingly militate against granting the motion to
continue in this case. The respondent has not demonstrated good
cause for a continuance. His motion to continue is predicated
entirely upon the speculative hope that he one day may be able
to regularize his status as a consequence of events that are not
fully under his control. The motion to continue does not
present good cause for a continuance. The motion is denied.
The Court notes that on November Û¡  ZÛ1Z¡  the
PÛÛÛ¬C¯Û¬DÛÛ  6 December JÛ¡  ZÛ1Z 
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costap on March º¡ 2013 at 6:38 PM GMT
A099-870-596 9 Decemer 10, 2012
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