Thursday, September 23, 2010

if you return to your country, what then?

Mr. Ni, from China, was denied asylum: see 613 F.3d 415, at *35:

Ni's lawyer said if Ni returned to China, he would resist the "one-child" policy.

But, years ago, while in China, he did not resist. Here in the USA, he did not resist or protest for a change in policy. There is no evidence that the Chinese government "ever perceived him as opposing the policies. Nor is there any indication in the record that, if deported Ni plans to engage in behavior that will subject him to persecution in the future."

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What do we learn from the case?
If you plan to do something in your country, if you are deported, tell the Judge about it.

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