Immigration – asylum — China
Where a Chinese alien presented no evidence of her ability to pay a fine for violating China’s one-child policy, her claim for asylum was properly denied.
“[B]oth the immigration judge’s opinion and the Board’s opinion are improvements on what we faced in the Qiu Yun Chen case that we’ve been citing. And the government’s brief is refreshingly candid in acknowledging deficiencies in the agency’s analysis of China’s one-child policy. But the petitioner’s failure to present evidence concerning her and her husband’s financial situation is a fatal weakness in her case.”
13-1758 Chen v. Holder
Petition for Review of an Order of the Board of Immigration Appeals, Posner, J.