AILA amicus brief filed in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on the meaning of “particular social group” for asylum purposes, arguing that the “social visibility” or “particularity” should not constitute part of the social group inquiry.
Filed under: Immigration Attorney | Tagged: Amicus Brief, Asylum Purposes, Atty.Brian D. Lerner, Immigration Attorney, Particular Social Group |
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