In a very succinct and logical opinion, the Seventh Circuit undermined an Immigration Judge's adverse credibility determination, one alleged inconsistency at a time.  For each perceived inconsistency, the court explained why the cited statements did not cast doubt on the applicant's credibility.  In addition, the court tore apart the Immigration Judge's list of corroborating documentation, finding each of the proposed items to be unreasonable.

The decision is a fantastic template for how to draft a straightforward and persuasive appeal of an adverse credibility determination.

The full text of Liu v. Lynch can be found here: