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12-4272 - Nadim Hanna v. Eric Holder, Jr.

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12-4272 - Nadim Hanna v. Eric Holder, Jr.
January 17, 2014
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OPINION and JUDGMENT filed : Hanna???s petition for review is GRANTED, the Board of Immigration Appeal???s holding that Hanna???s admission is binding is REVERSED, and Hanna is relieved of his attorney???s 2003 concession of removability. Because the BIA???s determination that Hanna is removable is predicated upon this concession of removability, we reverse that determination. The case is REMANDED to the BIA to decide, consistent with the reasoning provided above, whether Hanna???s specific offense under Mich. Comp. Laws ?? 750.82 is a crime involving moral turpitude and whether he is removable without giving his attorney???s 2003 concession binding effect. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the BIA???s conclusion that Hanna is ineligible for asylum is AFFIRMED. Decision for publication. Gilbert S. Merritt, Julia Smith Gibbons (AUTHORING) and David W. McKeague, Circuit Judges.