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Tag Archives: Credibility Determination

Immigration: Asylum-Credibility Determination

Where a petitioner challenged the denial of asylum and the withholding of removal, the immigration judge’s adverse credibility determination was sufficiently supported, so the petition is denied. Petition denied. Samolu v. Barr (MLW No. 74018/Case No. 18-3303 – 7 pages) ...

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Administrative: Disability Insurance-Credibility Determination-Residual Functional Capacity

  Plaintiff appealed the district court’s decision affirming an administrative law judge’s denial of plaintiff’s application for disability insurance benefits. Plaintiff argued that the ALJ erred in its credibility determination, improperly discounted her subjective claims of pain and failed to ...

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Unemployment Compensation: Disqualification – Discharge – Credibility Determination

Where two witnesses for an employer testified that an unemployment compensation claimant was not being terminated at a meeting at which he was told he would not receive a raise, the commission found the employer’s witnesses to be more credible ...

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Immigration: Credibility Determination – Investigation Report – Prejudice

Where an immigration judge based an adverse credibility determination on a state department investigation report, the report was inherently unreliable because it failed to provide any details about the investigation and included multiple levels of hearsay, and the petitioner was ...

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