A new case on Asylum: Where petitioner’s testimony that he was persecuted in Ghana on account of his attempts to convert Muslims to the Baptist faith was deemed credible, Board of Immigration Appeals erred in concluding that he failed to show authorities were unable or unwilling to control his attackers. Remand was required as to petitioner’s asylum claim where he demonstrated past persecution, and it was unclear whether the BIA placed the requisite burden of proof on the government to show that petitioner could, if returned to Ghana, safely relocate within the country and that it would be reasonable for him to do so.
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