Vyloha v. Barr

(United States Seventh Circuit) – Consolidated petition for review. Motion to reconsider denied. Board of Immigration Appeals did not abuse its discretion in finding an immigration judge’s in absentia removal order appropriate, where defendant waited 10 years before filing the motion to reopen his proceedings and did not meet the standard for equitable tolling based on limited English proficiency, nor meet the requirements for a sua sponte request based on lack of notice and ineffective counsel.