Lin Yang v. M.C.I., [2010] F.C.J. No. 549

he Board’s found that the applicant had a good grasp of Christianity but did not appear to have an emotional commitment to the religion.

Application allowed.  The claimant testified through an interpreter, the Board could not properly assess his emotional commitment.

Counsel for Applicant: Shelley Levine

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