Fear of Forced Sterilization by Chinese Mother of Two Not "Well Founded"


ISSUE: Married couple fight removal to China because they have two children.

HELD: The Court studied a similar case from 2010 and found that while Fujian Province might fine the petitioners and there might be "social coercion" for Mrs. Chen to be sterilized, there is no indication that her fear of forced sterilization is well-founded.

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