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CA11 on Persecution, Religion, China: Shi v. U.S. Atty. Gen.

"[T]he only question presented on appeal is whether the record compels the conclusion that Shi suffered past persecution when his church service was broken up, his family’s bibles were confiscated, and he was detained for seven days, slapped, thrown to the floor, and handcuffed to an iron...

CA2 on China, Persecution, Coercive Population Control: Chen v. Holder

"Substantial evidence here supports the agency’s finding that Chen failed to demonstrate that the imposition of a severe fine deprived him of the basic necessities of life or impoverished him before he left China. Accordingly, we deny review of the BIA’s past persecution ruling. The...

CA11 on China, Persecution: Huang v. Holder

"It’s not always enough to say that you did something. Sometimes, you have to show it as well. Or at least you have to not do something else that may raise a question as to whether you did what you said you did. In this petition, the Board of Immigration Appeals affirmed the Immigration...