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Immigration – BIA conflated particularity and social distinction requirements (access required)

Where the Board of Immigration Appeals impermissibly conflated the particularity requirement with the social distinction requirement in the case of an El Salvadoran man seeking to avoid deportation on account of membership in the “former Salvadoran MS-13 members,” its determination that the particular social group was “too diffuse” to satisfy the particularity requirement was vacated. Background An ...

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