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CA2 on Opposition to Corruption in China as Political Opinion: Yu v. Holder

"Ruqiang Yu petitions for review of a decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals that affirmed the Immigration Judge’s decision denying Yu’s application for asylum, withholding of removal, and relief under the Convention Against Torture (“CAT”). We conclude that the BIA...

Unpub. BIA Asylum Victory; China; Breach of Confidentiality

"The respondent's motion alleges that a United States official advised her that in obtaining the respondent's travel documents, for the purpose of removal, he communicated by email with the Chinese Consulate in such a way as to breach the confidentiality requirements at 8 C.F .R. §...

Unpub. BIA Asylum Victory, China, One Child Policy (U.S.-Born Children)

Ted Cox writes: "First BIA decision to affirmatively grant asylum on merits for Chinese one child policy case based on children born in the US!" - Matter of X-, July 15, 2013 .

CA4 on China, One-Child Policy: Chen v. Holder

"For the foregoing reasons, we grant the petition for review as it relates to the BIA’s denial of asylum and withholding of removal based on the petitioners’ fear of being subjected to involuntary sterilization under China’s one-child policy, and we remand that particular claim...

Unpub. BIA Asylum Remand Victory; China

"Upon our de novo review, we will reverse the Immigration Judge's conclusion that the harm the lead respondent experienced does not rise to the level of persecution. ... We will remand for the Immigration Judge to allow the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) an opportunity to rebut the presumption...

CA7 on Credibility, China: Liu v. Lynch

"Hongting Liu, a Chinese citizen in her mid-twenties, petitions for review of the denial of her application for asylum and withholding of removal based on religious persecution. Because substantial evidence does not support the Immigration Judge’s (IJ) adverse credibility finding, which was...

Experts Speculate on Outcome in Chinese Fugitive Case

"As China's most-wanted economic fugitives sits in a New Jersey jail seeking asylum in the United States, legal observers say the US and China may resolve her status through diplomacy. The first hearing for Yang Xiuzhu took place on Tuesday at an immigration court in Manhattan. The 30-minute...