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Third Circuit on changed circumstances, jurisdiction: Nbaye

"We have concluded that although we cannot decide the case on the basis that there has been a change in power in Guinea, our precedents and 8 U.S.C. § 1252(b)(4)(A) on the one hand and the seemingly appropriate way to proceed in this matter on the other can be accommodated by remanding the...

Unpub. BIA Asylum Victory, 'Changed Personal Circumstances' - Matter of Chen

"While we agree with the Immigration Judge that "changed personal circumstances" do not, in and of themselves, constitute an exception to the filing deadline for asylum, we recognize that changed personal circumstances may form the basis of an exception under section 208(a)(2)(D) of the...

CA9 on India, Changed Conditions: Singh v. Holder

Majority: "The IJ and the BIA determined that the government showed that there has been a fundamental change in circumstances such that Singh’s life or freedom would not be threatened on account of his race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion...

CA2 on 'Changed Circumstances,' Asylum: Lin v. Holder

"The statute states that an otherwise untimely asylum application “may be considered . . . if the alien demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Attorney General . . . the existence of changed circumstances which materially affect the applicant’s eligibility.” 8 U.S.C. § 1158...