The Ninth Circuit has determined that derivative beneficiaries of an alien entrepreneur in the immigrant investor program, who receive conditional legal permanent resident status, are entitled to the same review rights in removal proceedings as the alien entrepreneur of a denied petition to remove the conditions on their residence. As such, the agency erred by refusing the request of the daughter of the entrepreneur to review the denial of the petition to remove the conditions, when the entrepreneur had been removed in absentia, ant thus, could not make a request for review himself.

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