The Third Circuit denied Chavez-Chalil’s petition for review of the denial of her applications for asylum and withholding of removal. The Third Circuit denied the petition for two reasons. First, the Department of Homeland Security’s failure to include the date and time of her hearing in its Notice to Appear did not require termination of her immigration proceedings. Second, substantial evidence supported the Board of Immigration Appeals’ conclusion that “Guatemalan women” are not a particular social group for asylum or withholding purposes.