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Immigration: Asylum – Persecution – Credibility

Where the testimony of an immigrant from El Salvador seeking asylum was inconsistent as she described incidents of religious persecution, the immigration judge was entitled to request corroboration  and the immigrant's failure to provide corroboration properly resulted in an adverse credibility finding, so the denial of asylum was not error. Petition for review is denied. Sexual assault Dissenting ...

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