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Since the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, U.S. immigration and refugee policy has developed based on narrow and evolving theories of ‘national security’. Immigration reform legislation, federal regulations, and administrative policy changes have been justified in terms of the nation's...
While the 1951 Convention is no longer limited geographically and its definition of a refugee is not linked to any particular crisis or place, the source of persecution and the role of the state with respect thereto has proved problematic. Domestic violence claims have suffered particularly...
During the past decade both Spain and Portugal have amended their legislation to add an inadmissibility phase to their asylum procedures. These inadmissibility proceedings follow an accelerated pace and include a broad array of grounds for rejecting applications. Asylum seekers deemed...
This article considers the lacunae in international and European law for the protection of those who do not, or do not yet, have their refugee status recognised, or whose claim for asylum has been refused. It examines the position of such people in the UK, where they are ‘temporarily...
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