The Ninth Circuit upheld the Board of Immigration Appeals’ denial of the petitioner’s application for deferral of removal under the Convention Against Torture (CAT), finding that the evidence did not compel the conclusion that the petitioner established it was more likely than not that he would be perceived as a gang member and tortured in El Salvador due to his decorative, non-gang-related tattoos.

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Denial of CATS upheld even with Tattoos