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Immigration — IJ Credibility Finding Faulty, Court Says (access required)

Ilunga v. Holder (Lawyers Weekly No. 001-025-15, 28 pp.) (Gregory, J.) No. 13-2064, Jan. 27, 2015; On Petition for Review; 4th Cir. Holding: In assessing a Congolese citizen’s application for asylum under the Convention Against Torture, an immigration judge erred in finding his account of torture less than credible, based on alleged inconsistencies between petitioner and ...

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