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BIA Clarifies That Objection to Noncompliant NTA Is Generally Considered Timely If Raised Prior to Closing of Pleadings

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BIA Clarifies Circumstances Where Defective NTA Supports 

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In Matter of Fernandes,
The BIA ruled that the time and place requirement in INA §239(a)(1) is a claim-processing rule and that an objection to a noncompliant
Notice to Appear (NTA) will generally be considered timely,
If it is raised prior to the closing of pleadings.