Chao Jian Ni, v. M.C.I., [2010] F.C.J. No. 1672

The panel found that the claimant’s fear of religious persecution was not credible in light of the lack of objective documentation corroborating that church raids in China occur.  The Court overturned the panel’s decision because the panel failed to make a clear finding of fact that the claimant’s house church was not raided.

This case follows the decision in Lin v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2009 FC 254

Counsel for Applicant: Shelley Levine

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