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Kumudinie Renuka Perera v. Holder, Attorney General
22 April 2014 | Judicial Body: United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit | Document type: Case Law | Topic(s): Changes of circumstances in home country - Country of origin information (COI) - Persecution based on political opinion - Police - Rejected asylum-seekers - Tamil | Countries: Sri Lanka - United States of America
Matter of J-G-
Rescission of an in absentia order is not required to reopen proceedings to apply for asylum and withholding of removal. The numerical limitations on filing motions to reopen are not applicable to an alien seeking reopening to apply for asylum and withholding of removal based on changed country conditions. Record remanded for further proceedings.
Matter of L-S-
Case remanded to the Immigration Judge to determine whether the applicant showed compelling reasons to be granted asylum based on either severe past persecution or other serious harm.
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