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Unpub. BIA Asylum Victory; China; Breach of Confidentiality

"The respondent's motion alleges that a United States official advised her that in obtaining the respondent's travel documents, for the purpose of removal, he communicated by email with the Chinese Consulate in such a way as to breach the confidentiality requirements at 8 C.F .R. §...

CA2 on Motion to Reopen, New Evidence: Chen v. Holder (Unpub.)

"We remand to the BIA to reopen the proceedings to give full consideration to Chen's evidence and determine whether he has presented sufficient evidence to support an objectively reasonable fear of future persecution." - Chen v. Holder, Apr. 29, 2013 . [Hats off to Joshua Bardavid !]

CA4 on Misrepresentation, More: Yang v. Holder

Multiple errors by the BIA on multiple issues. Please read the case in full. Excellent lawyering by Joshua Bardavid ! - Yang v. Holder, Oct. 29, 2014 .