FOR PUBLICATION
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT
DORIS AMPONSAH,
Petitioner,
v.
ERIC H. HOLDER, JR.,
A...
AMPONSAH V. HOLDER2
Within 14 days after entry of this order, and within 90
days periodically thereafter, Respondent shall...
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Amponsah v. Holder no. 11 71311 (sept. 12, 2013) placed on hold pending bia action

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The BIA is reviewing similar cases, called for supplemental briefings and may overturn or modify the underlying controlling precedent: Matter of Cariaga, 15 I&N Dec. 716 (BIA 1976).

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Amponsah v. Holder no. 11 71311 (sept. 12, 2013) placed on hold pending bia action

  1. 1. FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT DORIS AMPONSAH, Petitioner, v. ERIC H. HOLDER, JR., Attorney General, Respondent. No. 11-71311 Agency No. A079-811-066 ORDER WITHDRAWING THE OPINION AND DENYING THE PETITION FOR PANEL REHEARING Filed September 12, 2013 Before: William A. Fletcher and Raymond C. Fisher, Circuit Judges, and Gordon J. Quist, District Judge.* ORDER The opinion filed March 22, 2013, and reported at 709 F.3d 1318, is withdrawn. The petition for panel rehearing, filed June 5, 2013, is denied as moot. * The Honorable Gordon J. Quist, Senior United States District Judge for the Western District of Michigan, sitting by designation.
  2. 2. AMPONSAH V. HOLDER2 Within 14 days after entry of this order, and within 90 days periodically thereafter, Respondent shall file a status report advising this court of the status of the Board of Immigration Appeals’ proceedings in the cases in which the Board is considering whether to overrule or modify Matter of Cariaga, 15 I. & N. Dec. 716 (BIA 1976). See Petition for Panel Rehearing at 8 (“[T]he Board has recently called for supplemental briefing in two cases presenting the issue of whether the rule in Matter of Cariaga should be overruled or modified.”). Submission is withdrawn pending further order of this court.

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