Crisanto Ragasa v. Eric Holder, Jr.
||CRISANTO CARINO RAGASA
||ERIC H. HOLDER, Jr., Attorney General
||July 16, 2012
||U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
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|June 4, 2014
Filed order (MICHAEL DALY HAWKINS, M. MARGARET MCKEOWN and CARLOS T. BEA) Amending Disposition Opinion GRANTED. The government s unopposed motion to amend the opinion is granted. Accordingly, the opinion filed April 28, 2014, 2014 WL 1661491, is amended as follows: At page 9 of the slip opinion, lines 13 15; 2014 WL 1661491, at *2, the sentence Because the government has not carried its burden of proving Ragasa s removability by clear and convincing evidence, we grant the petition and vacate the order of removal. shall be changed to Because the government has not carried its burden of proving Ragasa s removability by clear and convincing evidence, we grant the petition, vacate the order of removal, and remand this case to the BIA with instructions to terminate Ragasa s removal proceedings. At page 9 of the slip opinion, line 18; 2014 WL 1661491, at *3, the sentence PETITION GRANTED. shall be changed to PETITION GRANTED; REMANDED WITH INSTRUCTIONS. 
|February 24, 2014
Filed Order for PUBLICATION (MICHAEL DALY HAWKINS, M. MARGARET MCKEOWN and CARLOS T. BEA) For the reasons to be set forth in a disposition to follow, we deny petitioner Ragasa s claim for citizenship. However, we grant the petition for review because his Hawai i state conviction does not constitute a predicate offense for purposes of removability under Section 237(a)(2)(B)(i) of the INA. Therefore, we order the United States to release Ragasa from custody forthwith. 
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