A Manhattan federal judge has dismissed a constitutional challenge to removal orders issued to unrepresented immigrants who were allegedly not given proper notice to appear before immigration judges, ruling that district court lacked jurisdiction over the claims.

U.S. District Judge Jesse M. Furman of the Southern District of New York said Thursday that provisions of federal law ”channel all challenges” to removal orders and proceedings to federal appeals courts, as the “sole and exclusive means for judicial review.”

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