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Immigration Law

CA9 on Credibility: Qiu v. Barr

Qiu v. Barr

"Petitioner Lizhi Qiu, a native and citizen of China, applied for asylum. She alleged that Chinese government officials subjected her to a forced abortion. An immigration judge (“IJ”) denied relief on the ground that Petitioner’s testimony was not credible, and the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”) dismissed her appeal. Petitioner timely sought our review. We grant the petition and remand."

[Hats off to William Kiang!]