In Immigration Daily's February 9 issue you refer to a federal court case wherein it was held that a petitionerís credibility remains intact where he has no knowledge of the falsity of a proffered document. However, when the case is pulled up what appears is the decision in a previously cited case dealing with an Iranian who qualified for asylum. I am very much interested in the decision re the false or forged document and am wondering how I can get it. I enjoy Immigration Daily very much and find it very useful. Keep up the good work!
Herbert A. Weiss, Esq.
Garganigo, Goldsmith & Weiss
Editor's Note: Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The link has been corrected. For Kourski v. Ashcroft, No. 03-1742 (7th Cir. Jan. 20, 2004), see here.
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