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and ASYLUM: SEE MORE ON CIMTs BUY Todorovic v. U.S. Att’y Gen. Eleventh Circuit vacates and remands Serbian sexual orientation claim, finding that the IJ’s decision was impermissibly based on homosexual stereotypes, which precluded the court from engaging in meaningful appellate review. (9/27/10) uAILA Doc. No. 10122072 ESI Small AILA ad layout 080113 1/21/08 7:38 PM Page 1 BUY Dallakoti v. Holder Tenth Circuit adopts BIA’s interpretation of “one central reason” set forth in Matter of J–B–N– and S–M–, that the protected ground cannot be incidental, tangential, superficial, or subordinate to another reason for harm. (10/5/10) uAILA Doc. No. 10122070 ON APPEAL If at first you don’t succeed, appeal. Edu v. Holder Ninth Circuit orders CAT relief, find- ing that the BIA erred in its denial on the basis that petitioner could avoid torture by ceasing to exercise her po- litical rights. Remanded for consider- ation of petitioner’s FGM claim as a separate basis for relief. (10/26/10) uAILA Doc. No. 10122245 Mata-Guerrero v. Holder Seventh Circuit remands to determine whether failure to register as a sex of- fender in violation of Wisconsin Statute §301.45(2)(a) is a crime involving mor- al turpitude under the analysis set forth in Matter of Silva-Trevino. (11/24/10) uAILA Doc. No. 10122743 Evaluation Service, Inc. International Academic Credential Assessment APROFESSIONAL SERVICE FOR agencies ! attorneys ! employers Since 1990 A service with integrity! • Preparation of credential evaluation reports from all educational systems in terms of United States equivalents • Reliable and fast • Reasonable rates • Direct contact with senior evaluators Nancy Katz, Director Tel: (847) 477-8569 Fax: (312) 587-3068 333 W. North Avenue – #284 Chicago, IL 60610-1293 nkatz@evaluationservice.net www.evaluationservice.net Member - NACES JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2011 29

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