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Application for Asylum; Convention Against Torture; Religious Persecution

Where a native of Nigeria filed an application for asylum and sought relief under the Convention Against Torture, the immigration judge offered an adequate explanation for an adverse credibility determination and the agency did not err in determining that the Nigerian did not meet the well-founded fear of persecution standard for asylum, so petition for ...

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