The Seventh Circuit concluded that substantial evidence did not support a finding that the petitioner deliberately fabricated material elements of his asylum application, because the IJ “seemed to base his frivolousness finding on a lack of credible evidence rather than any evidence that [the petitioner] had made deliberate falsehoods.”

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Court Reverses Finding That Petitioner’s Asylum Application Was Frivolous