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Immigration – Asylum – Past Persecution – Guinean Citizen – FGM (access required)

In this appeal from a citizen of Guinea seeking asylum, the 4th Circuit says the Board of Immigration Appeals’ denial of asylum based on an adverse credibility determination was not supported by substantial evidence, as the applicant has established past persecution in the form of female genital mutilation and she is entitled to a presumption ...

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