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

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 for the agency to reevaluate it in accordance with this opinion. In conducting its analysis on remand, the BIA should account for, at a minimum, (1) the 2009 CECC Report, (2) the evidence relating to the “Robert Lin” inquiry on the website of the Fujian Province Population and Planning Committee, and (3) the affidavit of Renzun Yuan." - Chen v. Holder, Feb. 5, 2014.