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Indian Sikh experienced past persecution but possibility of relocation established no future fear

Singh v. Holder (7th Circuit, June 21, 2013) Bikram Singh, an Indian national, sought asylum in the United States based on his affiliation with the Sikh religion. He was thrice detained by Indian authorities. While detained, he was beaten severely, … Continue reading

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