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Third Circuit Finds No Constitutional Right to Asylum and Upholds IJís Asylum Denial

Published: Jan 5, 2007 By: Matthew L. Kolken
The Court held that there is no constitutional right to asylum. The court noted that given the discretionary nature of asylum, Petitioner’s argument that the delay violated due process must fail at the threshold. The court also held that the IJ’s adverse credibility finding was supported by substantial evidence. (Mudric v. Gonzales, 11/24/06).
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