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Immigration  –  Petitioner get presumption of ‘fear of future persecution’ (access required)

The Board of Immigration Appeals erred by finding that petitioner from Benin had not established past persecution, despite credible testimony of death threats due to his bisexuality and homosexual relationship. In remanding, the court noted the petitioner is entitled to the presumption of a well-founded fear of future persecution. Background Mocktar Tairou applied for admission to the ...

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