The First Circuit has upheld an adverse credibility determination based on discrepancies between the applicant's in-court testimony and his interview with a government official at the border at the time of his entry into the United States.  Despite the applicant's assertions that he did not remember being asked certain questions during the border interview and that his testimony during that interview was affected by stress and the necessity of using a telephonic interpreter, the court found that "ample evidence" supported the adverse credibility determination.

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