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Immigration Law

CA9 on Substantial Evidence, Past Persecution: Singh v. Garland

Singh v. Garland

Court Staff Summary: "Granting in part and denying in part Shamsher Singh’s petition for review of a decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals, and remanding, the panel held that substantial evidence did not support the BIA’s determination that the harm Singh suffered did not rise to the level of past persecution, but substantial evidence did support the BIA’s determination that the harm did not amount to past torture and that Singh failed to show that he would more likely than not face a clear probability of future torture."

[Hats off to Maleha Khan-Avila!]