CA1 Finds "Young Women Who Resist Gang Recruitment" Is Not a Social Group.

The court held that "young women who resist gang recruitment" do not constitute a legally cognizable social group because the proposed group lacks social visibility and is not sufficiently particular. (Mendez-Barrera v. Holder, 4/15/10)

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 10081661.

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