ALVAREZ LAGOS v. BARR

Holding that (1) BIA failed to consider relevant evidence in determining that Petitioner failed to show nexus, (2) Petitioner's membership in proposed PSG of "unmarried mothers living under control of gangs" and imputed anti-gang political opinion were one central reason for her harm, (3) IJ erred in finding that Petitioner's proposed PSG did not satisfy particularity and social distinction requirements and that she did not establish an imputed political opinion, and (4) IJ and BIA failed to meaningfully engage with evidence regarding likelihood of torture and acquiescence for CAT relief.

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