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Name: HERNANDEZ-DIAZ, HENRY NOE

A 088-347-822

Date of this notice: 4/11/2016

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

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File: A088 347 822 - Harlingen, TX Date:
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A088 347 822 - Harlingen, TX
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In re: HENRY NOE HERNANDEZ DIAZ

IN REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS

APPEAL

ON BEHALF OF RESPONDENT:

APPLICATION:

Reopening

Amy L. Velasquez, Esquire

The respondent, a native and citizen of Honduras, was ordered removed in absentia on January 12, 2009. The respondent filed a motion to reopen on January 13, 2015, �leging a lack of proper notice and also alleging exceptional circumstances prevented him from appearing at his hearing. The Immigration Judge denied the motion on January 29, 2015, and the respondent timely appeals. The Department of Homeland Security (OHS) has filed no response to the appeal. The appeal will be sustained and the record will be remanded.

We have considered the totality of the circumstances presented in this case, including that when the respondent was age 17, his sponsor abandoned him, and find that an exceptional situation has been demonstrated warranting reopening to allow the respondent another opportunity to apply for relief from removal. See 8 C.F.R. § 1003.23(b)(l)� Matter ofJ-J-, 21 I&N Dec. 976 (BIA 1997). Accordingly, the appeal will be sustained, the proceedings will be reopened, and the record will be remanded.

ORDER:

The appeal is sustained, the proceedings are reopened, and the record is

remanded to the Immigration Court for further proceedings.

remanded to the Immigration Court for further proceedings. Cite as: Henry Noe Hernandez Diaz, A088 347

Cite as: Henry Noe Hernandez Diaz, A088 347 822 (BIA April 11, 2016)

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hearing in Harlingen. Texas. Exh. #3. This hearing notice wu returned to the Court by the United States Postal· Service with a sticker �n :the envelope indicating.that the letter was· being. returned because it was "NOT DEUVERABLE AS ADDRESSED.'• The Court's decision containing the removal order entered in absentia wq similarly.mailedto the respondent atthe address provided by the respondent � Fonn 1-830 and returned is undeliverable.

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·· · · · · TheComtconcludestherespondentmu becharged withhavingreceivedpropernoticeofhis removal hearing in accordance with section 239(a)(l) ofthe Act The Notice ofHearingcontaining information concei;ning the respondent's January 12 t 2009 removal hearing was mailed to the respondentathis mostrecent address under section 239{a)(1)(F) ofthe Act. The mostrecentaddles., provided by the respondentwas the addresshe reported in Form I-830. Bxh. #2. The hearingnotice mailed to this address was returned to the Court marked "Not deliverable as�,, Bxh. #3. The Cowt concludes that this constituted proper notiee to the respondent of bis hearing because ''there is proof of-attempted delivery to the last address provided by the alien in accordance with .subsection (a)(l)(F)." INA§§ 239(a)(2){A). (c); I C.F.R. §§ 1003.1 S(b), 1003.26(c) and (d). This · finding is further supported by the respondent's affidavit submitted in support of his motion to reopen. which asserts that he only lived with Mr. Juarez for about amonth before he had to move in with other relatives. There is no evidence that the respondent provided the Court with writtennotice ofhis change ofaddress. INA § 239(a)(l)(F). A removal order entered in absentia should not be rescinded wherethe failure to receive actual notice was due to the alien's neglect ofhis obligationto keep the Court apprised ofbis address. Lo pez -Dubo,i v. Holder. 609 F.3d 642. 647 (5th Cir. 2010). Based on all ofthe above, theCourt�ludes that the respondent has notdemo.astratecl that he did not receive proper notic.e of his removal bearing. and his proceedings will not be reopened under section 240(bXS)(C)(ii) oftho Act.

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respondent � F� 1-830 and returned is und�liverable. · · ·· · · · The·Comt concludes
respondent � F� 1-830 and returned is und�liverable. · · ·· · · · The·Comt concludes
respondent � F� 1-830 and returned is und�liverable. · · ·· · · · The·Comt concludes
respondent � F� 1-830 and returned is und�liverable. · · ·· · · · The·Comt concludes
respondent � F� 1-830 and returned is und�liverable. · · ·· · · · The·Comt concludes

· · ·· · · · The·Comtconcludes the respondentcan becharaecfwithhaving receivodpiopernoticeofhis removal hearing in accordance with section 239(a)(l) ofthe Aet. The Notice ofHearingcontaining information concerning the respondent's January 12, 2009 removal hearing was mailed to the respondent at hismost recent address under section 239(a)(1)(F) ofthe Act. The mostrecentaddress provided by the respondentwas the address he reported in Form 1-830. Bxh. #2. The hearing notice mailed to this address was returned to the Court marked "Not deliverable as addressed." Bxh. #3. The Court concludes that this constituted proper notige to the respondent of bis hearing because "there is proof ofattempted delivery to the last address provided by the alien in accordance with .subsection (aXl)(F)." INA§§ 239(a)(2)(A). (c); I C.P.Jl. §§ 1003.lB(b), l003.26(c) and (d). This · fmding is further supported by the respondent's affidavit submitted in support of his motion to reopen, which asserts that he only lived with Mr. Juarez for about a month before he had to move in with other relatives. There is no evidence that the respondent provided the Court with written notice ofhis change of address. INA§ 239(a)(l)(F). A removal order entered in absentia should not be rescinded where the failure to receive actual notice wasdue to the alien's neglect ofhis obligation to keep the Court apprised ofbis address. Lopn-Dubo,i v. Holder, 609 F.3d 642. 647 (5th Cir. 2010). Based on all ofthe above, theCourt concludes that tho respondent has notdemonstrated that he did not receive proper notic.e of his removal hearin& aad his proceedinp will not be teopened under section 240(bXSXCXii) ofthe Act.

To the extent the respondent seeks reopening to apply for new reliefftom removal. such as adjustment ofstatus. the Coult finds that the motion is untimely. INA f 240(c)(7)(C)(i) (requiring that motions to mopen be filed within 90 days after tho date ofthe Older offl:IDOval).

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Accordinaty, 1he followins orders sball be entered: ORDER: The respondent's motion to reopen is DBNIBD.

ORDER: The respondent's motion to reopen is DBNIBD.

ORDER: The respondent's motion to reopen is DBNIBD. David Ayala United States Immigration Judge \j, 2

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