IRB wrong to find no persecution in Guangdong Province

Immigration lawyer Shelley Levine of Levine Associates has succeeded in a Judicial Review application before the Federal Court, to overturn an Immigration and Refugee Board decision which found that there was no evidence of recent persecution of Christians in Guangdong Province.  The case is only the most recent instance of the Board’s failure to properly assess the evidence before it.  This is one of several recent decisions Levine Associates has succeeded in having the RPD decision overturned on the simple basis that the Board misaphrehended the evidence before it.  This case is noteworthy because the issue of religious persecution in Guangdong province is a common issue in Board hearings.

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