"[P]laintiff alleges that defendants violated his due process rights by failing to give him specific reasons for their intent to terminate his asylum status. Plaintiff also alleges that he did not have a meaningful opportunity to present evidence in his defense because defendants did not identify the allegations against him or provide access to the evidence against him. The Court finds that these allegations are sufficient to withstand a motion to dismiss."
Hats off to Scott D. Pollock of Chicago!
Courtesy of Bender's Immigration Bulletin - Daily Edition.