Category Archives: credibility determination

CA7 finds resistance to China’s coercive population-control policy credible-Wang v. Lynch, Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit 2015

Lishou Wang, a 51-year-old Chinese citizen, petitioned for review of the denial of his applications for asylum and withholding of removal based on his resistance to China’s coercive population-control policy. An immigration judge found that Wang did not testify credibly … Continue reading

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CA7 finds IJ credibility determination flawed and remands asylum case

Nadmid, a 57-year-old citizen of Mongolia, came to the U.S. in 2003 on a visitor’s visa. After being arrested for DUI, he voluntarily departed in 2006 and returned to Mongolia, where he started a business. Nadmid returned to the U.S. … Continue reading

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