Immigration Law

Pro Se Evidence Remand at CA4: Ali v. Atty. Gen.

Ali v. Atty. Gen.

"All in all, the Board’s opinion in this case is a classic example of a decision that is incapable of review due to a lack of reasoned consideration. Its failure to discuss “highly relevant” evidence, see Min Yong Huang, 774 F.3d at 1349, leads to illogical conclusions — ones that cast doubt on whether the Board considered that evidence in the first place. For this reason, we grant Ali’s petition for review, vacate the Board’s decision, and remand the case for further proceedings."