One September 26, 2012, the Board of Immigration Appeal (“BIA”) made its decision and remanded an asylum case we appealed for our client.
On September of 2010, our client’s asylum application was denied by an immigration judge. Upon completion of the trial, the immigration judge concluded that our client was not credible, and failed to meet the burden of proof of proving his claims. We disagree with the judge’s decision and appealed to the BIA.
In it’s decision, the BIA sided with our position, and pointed many defects and problems in the Judge’s decision. As we argued and the BIA agreed, the Judge’s adverse credibility finding does not comport to the required of the law and failed to consider the totality of the circumstances and all relevant factors. The BIA also agreed with us that the Judge mischaracterized our client’s testimony and as such erred in making his conclusion. Therefore, our appeal is sustained and the case was remanded.
Attorneys at Lin & Valdez have represented hundreds of aliens in all kinds of proceedings in asylum office and immigration court. We represent clients in all immigration courts of Texas and Louisiana. We have also represented clients in immigration courts in Michigan, California, etc. Our attorneys have also represented clients in various levels of appeal and obtained tremendous success in the appeals. Please contact us immediately if you need representation in immigration court and in BIA or other appealing proceeding. As we have always said, the help you need is just a click away!