"Petitioner Henry Mboowa, a native and citizen of Uganda, asks us to review a Board of Immigration Appeals ("BIA") order denying his claims for asylum, withholding of removal, and protection under the United Nations Convention Against Torture ("CAT"). The BIA upheld an Immigration Judge's ("IJ") finding that Mboowa's testimony was not credible and, thus, that he was unable to establish eligibility for relief. After careful review, however, we conclude that the record does not support two of the purported discrepancies that the agency considered critical in discrediting Mboowa's account. In light of that finding, we grant Mboowa's petition, vacate the BIA's order, and remand for additional proceedings." - Mboowa v. Lynch, July 21, 2015.
[Hats off to former IJ William P. Joyce!]