The Third Circuit has remanded a case in which the agency determined a fraud conviction resulting in losses to the victims in excess of $1,000,000 was a particularly serious crime without considering whether the elements of the offense bring the conviction within the ambit of a particularly serious crime. The court also determined that the Immigration Judge had not specified what corroborating evidence she believed was missing, nor given the applicant a chance to obtain that evidence. This error also required remand.

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