In this matter, the petitioner presented a photocopy of a Forma Migratoria Estadistica - a document issued by the Mexican government to Mexican citizens when they arrive or depart from Mexico at a port of entry - to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in order to demonstrate that he timely complied with an Immigration Judge's voluntary departure order, and thus, was not subject to an order of removal.  The DHS declined to reopen the reinstatement order.  The Eighth Circuit affirmed, finding that the petitioner had several earlier opportunities to contest the finding that he was subject to an order of removal, but did not do so, making his claims about timely departure suspect.

The full text of Perez-Garcia v. Lynch can be found here: