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CA10 (unpub.) on Nepal, Maoists, Persecution: Sherpa v. Holder

"Mr. Sherpa argues that the IJ erred in failing to find a nexus between his past persecution—specifically the severe beating and frequent death threats—and his political opinion. Mr. Sherpa alleges that as a result, the IJ erred in concluding that he failed to demonstrate past persecution...

Unpub. BIA Asylum Victory, Cameroon, Political Opinion

"[T]he Immigration Judge found that, despite her finding that the respondent lacked credibility, the evidence of record - to particularly include the credible testimony of one of the respondent's witnesses, Mr. Jean Claude Nkem-Kong-Nkem -otherwise established that the respondent had experienced...

Unpublished BIA Remands: 1-Year Asylum Deadline - FOIA Results

Attorney Bryan Johnson writes: "Here is the link to full FOIA results of certain BIA remands: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ii49w8ybsb31q67/AAABiGOuyufqOGTK23QI8BTCa?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/gqs5i872hocq5tm/2016-23184%20Admin%20%26%20BCR%20Redacted%20Final.pdf?dl=0 I've yet to...

Lawyers Call for Investigation of Immigration Judges re Asylum, Children

Bryan Johnson, Sept. 29, 2016 - "Several Immigration Judges at the Charlotte and Atlanta Immigration Courts are responsible for knowingly and systematically depriving unrepresented immigrants before them of their right to apply for asylum and/or Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. What follows is...