The First Circuit has rejected a challenge to administrative removal order issued against a petitioner who entered the United States on the visa waiver program and overstayed, despite his entry to the United States as a minor. The Court determined that even if he had not knowingly waived his right to a removal hearing because he was a minor, he could not establish any eligibility for relief at the time of the issuance of the administrative removal order, and thus, could not establish prejudice.

The full text of O’Riordan v. Barr can be found here: