The Fifth Circuit has rejected a petitioner's claim that she received legally insufficient notice of her court hearing. The envelope bearing the notice of hearing was returned to the Court with a notation that the petitioner did not live at that address. The Court rejected the argument that delivery of a notice of hearing is improper unless signed by the alien or a responsible person at the alien’s address. "There is no requirement in our caselaw that an alien (or a responsible member of the alien’s household) actually view or sign a notice of hearing delivered to the address provided by the alien."
The full text of Garcia Nunez v. Sessions: