UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTI CE
EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW
Notice of Rejection Regarding Cancellation of Removal
The Cancellation of Removal Application is returned
to you herewith due to certain deficiencies. Your attention is called
to Paragraph III of the instructions that requires the respondent
to answer all questions fully. This is vitally important in light
of the REAL ID Act of 2005, which mandates a filing of a complete
application. See Section 240(c)(4)(B) of the Immigration and Nationality
Act [8 U.S.C. Section 1229a(c)] Under the terms of the REAL ID Act,
an incomplete application is legally insufficient and is subject to
summary denial on the ground of incomplete filing.
Accordingly, you are given an opportunity to remedy
these deficiencies, as shown below:
Item 37 Employment
The application shows the respondent born in 1962
and arriving in this country in 1979, yet employment coverage is only
back to 1996. If the respondent was working prior to 1996, the application
should reflect this information. All periods of unemployment or student
status must be shown, as is stated in the instructions to the question.
Item 45 Relatives
The application does not list all four grandparents.
Also, aunts and uncles must be shown, is stated in the instructions
to the question.
It is recommended that you remedy these defects
as soon as possible and re-file the application. The deadline is ______________________.
Failure to do so will result in a written decision
on the merits, denying the application as insufficiently filed, cancelling
the upcoming Individual Calendar merits hearing date, and order the
respondent to leave the country under an order of voluntary departure
or removal and deportation, as the facts warrant.