An attorney contracted our services to appeal an asylum case to the BIA. In this matter, a Salvadoran woman sought protection, asserting persecution based on her membership in a specific social group. Despite the initial rejection by the Immigration Judge, our argument contested the flawed decision. The BIA disagreed with the IJ’s reasoning, recognizing sufficient evidence for her group membership and persecution. The BIA concluded that the Salvadoran government was unwilling to protect her. Our immigration paralegal firm successfully handled the appeal, leading to the overturning of the decision. The case was remanded for further proceedings, affirming the respondent’s eligibility for asylum.
See attached redacted decision rendered by the Board.