My client was expeditiously removed at Boston's Logan International Airport for lack of proper documents based on suspicion of previous unauthorized employment. An I-212 was filed in October 2015, and was denied on October 10, 2017. I was retained to appeal the decision. I argued that ARO failed to set forth any basis for the denial of the I-212. The ARO elected to treat my appeal as Motion to Reopen, and rescinded I-212 denial, granting my client permission to reapply based on the strength of my evidentiary submission. My client is now again eligible to apply for admission to the United States.