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Unpub. BIA CAT Remand: Mexico; Zetas; Whistleblower

"[T]he applicant also testified that he was beaten by police officers because his friend's mother reported the incident with the Zeta Cartel to the police (11. at 4' Tr. at 63-65). The Immigration Judge did not assess whether the applicant's alleged harm by the police constitutes a valid...

CA5 on Equitable Tolling: Lugo-Resendez v. Lynch

Lugo-Resendez v. Lynch, July 28, 2016 - "[Nine other circuits have] held that the deadline for filing a statutory motion to reopen is subject to equitable tolling in certain circumstances. We are persuaded by the reasoning of these cases and join our sister circuits in holding that the deadline...

Unpub. BIA Equitable Tolling Victory: Matter of Lugo-Resendez (Dec. 27, 2017)

Jodi Goodwin writes: "Thought you all would be interested in the attached unpublished BIA decision in which the Board (Pauley) follows the Fifth's decision in Lugo-Resendez. [ Lugo-Resendez v. Lynch , 831 F.3d 337 (5th Cir. 2016)] As background, the case was remanded to the IJ for the initial...