BIA ruled that individuals who cooperate with law enforcement may constitute a valid particular social group under the INA if their cooperation is public in nature, particularly where testimony was given in public court proceedings, and the evidence in the record reflects that the society in question recognizes and provides protection for such cooperation. 

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BIA Rules Individuals Who Cooperate with Law Enforcement May Constitute a Particular Social Group if Their Cooperation Is Public in Nature