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Immigration Law: Asylum-Past Persecution

Where a petitioner from Honduras and her children sought review of an order affirming an immigration judge’s decision denying asylum and withholding of removal, substantial evidence supported the determination that the petitioner did not demonstrate eligibility for asylum since she did not show past persecution despite being a member of a cognizable social group, and she also did not show a well-founded fear of persecution.

Petition denied.

Diaz-Castro v. Garland (MLW No. 79560/Case No. 22-2237 – 3 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, per curiam) Petition for review of an order of the Board of Immigration Appeals.

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