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The Second Circuit granted the petition for review and remanded to permit the BIA to make a precedential ruling on whether a duress exception to the material support bar is implicit in INA §212(a)(3)(B)(iv)(VI), and (a)(3)(B)(i)(I). The BIA and IJ had found that the petitioner, a Kurdish citizen of Turkey, gave food and clothing to individuals he knew or should have known were terrorists associated with the Kurdistan Worker’s Party.

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