Client was denied all relief by the Immigration Court and was ordered removed after the Court determined that the client was convicted of a particularly serious crime and was not eligible for any relief. Attorney Chelico who represented client at trial filed an appeal arguing that the Court made several legal and factual errors in its decision.
In an unpublished decision by a panel of three Judges, the Board of Immigration Appeals sustained the appeal on most of the grounds raised by Attorney Chelico including that the client was not convicted of a particularly serious crime, thus reversing the order of removal. The case was remanded to the immigration trial Court. Client no longer has an order of removal and has a new chance to seek relief.