The Board of Immigration Appeals upheld the denial of bond to an applicant who possessed a stolen, altered Syrian passport, which the Department of Homeland Security alleged had passed through the hands of ISIS.  The Board of Immigration Appeals found these allegations sufficient for a finding that the applicant had not established he poses a threat to national security, and therefore, is a danger to the community, despite the applicant's testimony that he did not know the passport had been stolen by terrorists and the lack of evidence linking him to a terrorist organization.

The full text of Matter of Fatahi can be found here: