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Immigration: Standard of Review-Deferral of Removal-Lack of Finding

Where a petitioner from Somalia claimed that the Board of Immigration Appeals improperly supplanted the immigration judge’s findings with its own after the immigration judge granted a waiver of inadmissibility and deferral of removal, there was no showing that the ...

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Immigration: Removal-Evidence

Where petitioners from Indonesia sought review of the denial of withholding of removal relief, the decision was supported by substantial evidence, so the denial of the motion to reopen was not an abuse of discretion. Petition denied. Tan v. Barr ...

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Immigration: Removal-Refusal to Reopen

Where a petitioner from Laos challenged the refusal of his motion to reopen his case, the petitioner did not raise a colorable constitutional claim, and the decision not to reopen was not reviewable, and the petitions are denied because the ...

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Immigration: Removal-Adverse Credibility

Where a petitioner from El Salvador sought review of an order dismissing her appeal from a decision denying her asylum, the withholding of removal and relief under the Convention Against Torture, the adverse credibility findings were supported by specific, cogent ...

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