The court held that Petitioner’s undocumented husband was “available” to testify despite his fear of apprehension, noting that he would have been eligible for derivative asylum status and had every incentive to testify on his wife’s behalf. (Chen v. Holder, 9/23/11)

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CA2 Says Petitioner’s Undocumented Husband Was “Available” to Testify