In a published decision, the Eighth Circuit determined that a conviction under 18 USC 2024(b) (food stamp fraud) is inherently fraudulently because it requires making misrepresentations to the government about the purpose for which the food stamps are being used.  As such, if the conviction involves a loss to the victim of at least $10,000, it is categorically an aggravated felony.

The full text of Molwana v. Lynch can be found here: