Immigration — changed circumstances, new evidence
Where the Board of Immigration Appeals ignored additional evidence submitted by an immigrant regarding changed circumstances of civil war in South Sudan, legal error was committed.The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted a petition for review from a decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals.Sudan became an independent state in 1956, but since 2011 has been divided into two states — the Republic of the Sudan and …
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