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Fame asylum
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...Asylum Richard DeDomenici was, at the time of the filming of the TV documentary Fame Asylum five years ago, a 27 year old conceptual artist from Rockford whose aim in life is to “use are in order to make people look at the world differently” according to the narrator of the show. In his quest to call attention to his then latest cause, immigration, he decided to form his own boy-band based solely of asylum seekers. The reason he took on this particular cause was because he wanted to “poke fun at the talent show genre” and call attention to the plight of the refugees while trying to become the next Pop Svengali”. With only 2 weeks to teach...
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Asylum law
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...Asylum and Human Rights Asylum and Human Rights The Geneva Convention, 1951 lays out the internationally consented explanation of who is a refugee and norms for treatment of refugees and it serves as the legal foundation for refugee claims. Laws relating to refugee are still basically a part of international law. However, right to seek asylum is a methodology shared both between national and international law. A common European Asylum law by incorporating the main provisions of the 1967 New York Protocol and the 1951 Geneva Convention was introduced which is applicable to UK also. Well Founded Fear of Persecution In...
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Immigration Asylum
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...Asylum: A Case Study Margarita's situation is delicate, and this will be discussed in the realm of: a)the five Convention reasons and articles of the ECHR on which to base her claim; b) the issue of persecution/well-founded fear and future persecution; c) sufficiency of protection from the Ecuadorian authorities; and d) the issue of internal relocation. One of the issues with the articles of the ECHR is that there is a statute that forbids any kind of illegal activity, such as human trafficking to go on. The fact that Margarita said she was forced into prostitution in her home town is very troubling. An investigation should be launched into this aspect of having been forced... Immigration Asylum: ...
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...Asylum Richard DeDomenici was, at the time of the filming of the TV documentary Fame Asylum five years ago, a 27 year old conceptual artist from Rockford whose aim in life is to “use are in order to make people look at the world differently” according to the narrator of the show. In his quest to call attention to his then latest cause, immigration, he decided to form his own boy-band based solely of asylum seekers. The reason he took on this particular cause was because he wanted to “poke fun at the talent show genre” and call attention to the plight of the refugees while trying to become the next Pop Svengali”. With only 2 weeks to teach...
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The Common European Asylum
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...asylum Asylum as defined in encyclopedia "is the protection granted by a to a foreign citizen against his own . This protection is based on certain refugee rights which are acknowledged internationally. It is granted to a person who cannot seek protection in his/her country of origin for fear of being persecuted for various reasons like race, religion, nationality, etc. Persons seeking international protection in the European Union (EU) have increased tremendously since the 1990s. As a result the member states need to find a common solution to this situation. This process of integrating the refugees in the European Union forms a part of the larger process of European integration... Introduction to asylum ...
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Asylum in the Media
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...Asylum in the Media Introduction During a UN Convention for Refugees back in 1951, it was clearly agreed that all the people globally have the right to seek and claim refuge or haven without any discrimination and harassment directed to them in the countries that they have sought refuge. Currently, there has been growing concerns on the number of persons seeking haven in various countries around the world, speculating widespread misconceptions and varying media interpretations of asylum seekers. The discussion on all issues affecting asylum seekers is shaky. Humanity has to be regarded to guarantee the wellbeing of individuals who have...
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IMMIGRATION AND ASYLUM LAW
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...Asylum and Immigration Law Question The ment that is to be evaluated is the ment that the “function of Article 3 [ECHR] to provide minimum standards for criminal justice, protection from crime, and social support throughout the world.” Article 3 of the ECHR states that no one person is to be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (van Dijk & van Hoof, 1990). Article 3 states that both mental and physical ill-treatment are prohibited (Harris et al., 1995). Both private and public treatment are considered under this Article as well (Ireland v. United Kingdom, Judgment of 18 January 1978). In Greek Case (1969) 12 YB 1, the court asserted that...
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Asylum and Immigration Law
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...Asylum-seekers in UK law Introduction The genesis of restrictive cross border movement from one country to another; especially for prolonged stay can be traced to several years ago when the need to claim territorial authority and expansion led to strict laws being put in place to forbid people from entering other countries for the fear of combative or colonial invasion1. Several decades on, very little research has been done whether cross border restrictions remain as important as the fundamental factors that started them. Speaking with some few legal brains on the debate, most are those who contend that even though the factors and reasons may not be the same as those that...
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Jane's Asylum Research
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...asylum case. Summary I would like to conduct research on the issues that surround Jane’s asylum case. IN doing this, I will be making use of a number of resources to obtain the necessary information that will help in addressing these issues. In order for Jane to be treated fairly, all of these issues must be extensively researched, which will enable them to be better dealt with. Project Description Jane is a child who is a Canadian resident who lives with her father in Canada during the time she is to attend school. During the summers and breaks, she stays with her mother in New York. Recently... Law firm (put here) January 17: this is a proposal to explore and research the issues surrounding Jane’s...
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Immigration and Asylum Law
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...Asylum The government’s efforts to curb immigration The aim of conservative party in controlling immigration Norah’s bid to seek for asylum Conclusion Introduction This paper is going to give an in depth look at the laws that have been put in place in order to check asylum and immigration. This will be done by examining recent developments in the field of immigration and movement of people from one country to another. Definition of Immigration and Asylum Immigration is the movement of people from their country to another country permanently. This is usually genuine as those who do so follow the stipulated rules... and procedures. On the other hand; asylum is the movement of...
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Nationality, Immigration & Asylum Law
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...Asylum Law Nationality, Immigration & Asylum Law Immigration refers to the act whereby foreigners come or pass from their home country to another country with the purpose of permanent residence. There are general theories that distinguish immigration between push and pull in that the push factors are said to be primary motives behind moving to another country from home country. Nevertheless, the main factors that are facilitating immigration are search of labor, high wages- for skilled laborers- and war1. When regarding policy issue, the inextricable link that controls family and welfare raises stark policy issues to welfare practitioners, legal advisors, and all people... ? Nationality, Immigration &...
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Immigration and Asylum Law
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...Asylum Law Introduction The law of immigration and asylum s back to the late 1950s when the international community resolved toratify a common protocol through which to perceive and protect foreign citizens. The rationale of such understanding emanated from the Rome Treaty of 1957 which established the European Economic Community.1 In its precepts, the Treaty of Rome 1957 endeavoured to ease barriers to international movement of persons, goods, capital or services across the international borders (Blake, 1999, p49). It is however important to note that not all countries subscribed to this treaty. In particular, the UK pursued legal frameworks and statutes that in essence controlled... ? Immigration and...
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Protecting asylum seekers
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...ASYLUM SEEKERS The European Convention on Human Rights 1950 Versus UN Convention on Status of Refugees 1951". Introduction The provisions of European Conventions on Human Rights, 1950 vis-'-vis those in UN Convention on Status of Refugees, 1951 have been found to be more effective in providing protection for the asylum seekers within European countries. In most countries, an individual appeal to an international tribunal can only be done under provisions of European convention on Human Rights, 1950. This is the most effective safeguard for asylum seekers and refugees despite it giving priority to individuals over the state. Many principles laid down by the Court have played a significant... PROTECTING...
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Legal Memorandum - Jane's Asylum
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...Asylum The sequel presents a proposal that analyzes the various factors associated with granting asylum to Jane. It is the objective of the author of this work to examine the various issues that relate to Jane’s endeavor to seek asylum in the US. To this end, several resources will be consulted, in order to glean the relevant information. Project Description Jane is a Canadian, whose parents have separated legally. Whilst attending school, she resides with her father, a minister in the Canadian government. At other times, she visits with her mother, who lives in New York. One day, while Jane was staying with her mother, the latter died. Subsequently, Jane, who is 14... Legal Memorandum – Jane’s...
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Immigration and Asylum Law
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...Asylum Law) 1 Introduction Nowadays the issues regarding the nationality, immigration, and resorting the asylum has gained international importance than ever. The issue is a most happening subject matter of the recent news. Before we analyze the issues and significance of these cases we shall undermine the meaning and scope of the three terms closely related to these cases, Nationality, Immigration and asylum. Nationality Nationality is a relationship between a person and their state... Huang v. Secretary of for the Home Department and Kashmiri v. Secretary of for the Home Department (Nationality, Immigration and...
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Case Brief: Asylum
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...asylum application. As such, as Kane observed, by virtue of the fact... Year of Study/Semester: Submitted: Issue Rule Application Conclusion Issue In Kane v. Holder (2009),the petitioner, Abou Kane, who was a Senegalese native and with regard to the United States immigration laws, was deemed to be illegally in America, sought the Board of Immigration Appeals order to reverse the immigration judge’s (IJ) order. The immigration judge had granted Abou’s submission for removal withholding. The Board of Immigration Appeals had turned down Kane’s application on the ground of his unconvincing claims. Kane claimed that in the event of his minor daughters accompanying him to the West African state, they would be ...
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Refugees and Asylum Seekers
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...asylum (Chimni, 2000). The asylum seeking process allows a potential refugee to present the reasons why he is fleeing form his home country. It is up to the authorities in the host country to assess the application and grant or refuse the application on several grounds. In most developed countries the reasons for seeking asylum is segmented to seven categories and each category has its own rules and processes (Hynes, 2011). Thus each application has to be put into one of the seven categories. When this is done, the relevant rules would be invoked based on the facts presented by the applicant. If the application is consistent with the rules for the specific category... ?Definition of A Refugee “A refugee...
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European Union:Immigration and Asylum
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...asylum policies of individual countries are greatly influenced by their prevailing circumstances in terms of politics, economics and culture. Not all countries are equally well equipped or completely willing to absorb these illegal immigrants who sometimes abuse the system of asylum. A financial downturn like the Great Global Recession highlighted the limits of countries' capacities to absorb immigrants no matter... The European Union Introduction The European Union is a monumental achievement as it unites 27 different countries with vastly different political, economic and cultural backgrounds. Within its borders, citizens of the member-countries can travel visa-free to any European country as one of...
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Nationality, immigration and asylum law
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...Asylum Law No: Roll No: Nationality, Immigration & AsylumLaw In July 2007 Tunde Dakolo (TD), who is a Nigerian origin, entered in UK to see his brother studying at the University of Wolverhampton. In October 2007, he started working with a building contractor. In September 2010, married to UK National Audrey Robertson (‘AR’) and lived together since December 2008 at 42 Rose Street, Wolverhampton in rented premises. Later on he charged under shoplifting offence, hence bound to appear before the competent court of law. At the same time, he suffers serious eye problems to such an extent that if medical facilities are not available he may go blind. To further add his misery... ? Nationality, Immigration &...
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Asylum people/mental institution/insanity
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...asylum as she is saying that “My instructions were simply to go... ? The Insanity of being Sane Patients in the mental s must be given the treatment and not punishment. Treating public illnesses has long been a process of trial and error; dealing with medical theories and public attitudes. The commitment that must be given to mental institutions should be civil, not a criminal procedure, and therefore should not offer procedural safeguards compared to common criminal. This is what exactly these two literary books are trying to scrutinize; Nellie Bly’s 10 days in a madhouse and Nora Vincent’s voluntary madness which were written centuries apart. These two writers shared the same theme and experienced in...
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Immigration and asylum law (uk)
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...Asylum Problem Question: Mr Bakare Sanko’s Status as an Asylum Seeker in the UK Introduction The success of Mr. Bakare Sanko’s application for asylum will depend on whether or not he can legitimately claim refugee status or asylum in the UK. The strength of these claims will be determined by reference to the question of whether or not Sanko has a real fear of persecution in the event he is forcibly returned to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DCR). In addition, Sanko claims the protection of the right to life, the right against torture and cruel and inhumane treatment and punishment as well as the protection of his family and private life in support of his application for asylum... ?Immigration and...
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Immigration and Asylum Law
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...Asylum Law Question The government’s policy relative to reducing immigration is arguably constrained by its commitment to EU law and polices regarding the free movement of workers within the EU. More particularly, the European Convention on Human Rights constrains the manner in which the government of the UK may legitimately expel immigrants from the UK .1 To begin with, Article 45 of the Consolidated Version of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (Hereinafter TFEU) dictates that EU workers in Member States shall have the right to free movement within the EU. 2 The extent to which the free movement of EU workers is permitted despite the government’s policies to reduce... ?Immigration and...
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Asylum Seeker Children in Need
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...asylum-seekers every year in the past decade. The Home Office reported a mind-boggling 103,000 applications for asylum (including dependents) in 2002 alone. A statistical report issued in 2004 by the Home Office announced a dip in these numbers by 42% in 2003. However, even with this decrease, 60,045 applications, with 10,640 applications stating dependents, were filed in that year. Stricter immigration controls may be the reason for this drop in numbers. Somalia, Iraq, Sri Lanka, FRY (Former Republic of Yugoslavia), Afghanistan, Turkey, Pakistan, China, India and Iran, in that order, were the countries most... of these applications came from. Despite the large number of immigrants seeking...
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Asylum Rights in International Law
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...Asylum Rights in International Law The right of asylum, otherwise known as political asylum, relates to an individual rejected by their own country being protected by another sovereign authority. The institution of asylum dates from the same time with the start of civilization. It is an international concept that still has not received apt considerations in terms of the inalienable rights in the international human rights charter. There exist setbacks in terms of interpretation where many states argue that they cannot put their sovereignty to test due to the international human rights stipulations. Asylum...
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Nationality Immigration and Asylum Law
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...Asylum Law, Blackstone Immigration and Nationality Directorate Guidelines can be found at: www.ind.homeoffice.gov.uk Phelan & Gillespie, 2005, Immigration Law Handbook, Oxford University Press Swarb Case Law can be found at: www.swarb.co.uk... Joshua is a citizen of a Commonwealth country who is married with a child. He recently graduated from He wishes to come to the UK with his family for a period in order to work. If he likes it, he would like to stay permanently. Advise Joshua as to the possible category or categories in which he might apply for entry and the advantages and disadvantages of each Joshua as a citizen of a commonwealth country must meet with the guidelines that govern those national...
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European Practice Towards Asylum Seekers
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...asylum seekers concur with the image of a Fortress Europe Fortress Europe Role in providing Asylum Applications Academia Research Writer Farzeela Fortress Europe Fortress Europe is the term given to the working of the European Union to keep non-EU goods and nationals out of the Union's 25 member states. A classic example of a Fortress Europe policy is the development of a common asylum and immigration policy as a sign of Fortress Europe at work. (Wikipedia) Asylum Applications Annual and Per Capita UK, considered to be one of the richest countries in the world, hosts less than 2 per cent of the world's total refugee population. Global share... To what extent does current European practice towards...
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Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Law
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...Asylum Law Prepared by Dr. Zulfiquar Ahmed ID: 10131 23-10-2007 Order 186720Topic: Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Law Answer: 1 Wulfrunian citizenship is based primarily on the principle of Jus sanguinis. In other words one usually acquires Wulfrunian citizenship if a parent is Wulfrunian, irrespective of place of birth. Birth in Wulfrunia Birth in Wulfrunia does not in itself confer Wulfrunian citizenship. However it may lead to a reduction in the residence requirement for naturalisation as a Wulfrunian citizen. Foundlings under the age of 6 months are legally presumed to have Wulfrunian citizenship. Descent from an Wulfrunian parent A child... Order No 186720 Topic: Nationality, Immigration and...
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Immigration and Asylum Law Essay
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...Asylum Law: (A) "Well Founded Fear of Persecution" and (B) "Internal Flight Concept" (A) "Well Founded Fear of Persecution" As a signatory to international treaties that relate to the status of refugees, UK immigration and asylum law is subject to the provisions of the international treaties it has acceded to. (Clayton 2006) The right to refugee status or the right to claim asylum in the UK is based inter alia on provisions from the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees 1951, the European Convention on Human Rights and the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental... Explain, with Reference to Decided Cases, Statutes and the Immigration Rules, the Following Concepts in Asylum ...
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Asylum Seekers and Refugee in Britain
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...ASYLUM SEEKERS AND REFUGEE IN BRITAIN s Introduction Britain has an obligation to maintain asylum seekers and never to return them in countries where they are vulnerable to persecution. Refugee convention defines asylum seeker as an individual who seeks refuge in another country for fear of being persecuted in his or her own country for various reasons such as political opinion, religion, race, nationality or identifying himself with a specific group. On the contrary, the definition is insufficient to signify violation of individual human rights or to show that he or she has been prosecuted by the state. In that case, if an individual’s case for seeking asylum is not conventional, she or he... ...
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African Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel
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...Asylum Seekers in Israel Beginning in 2003 until the present, non-Jewish immigrants from African countries have arrived in Israel through illegal means. Currently numbering almost 15,000 according to data from the local UN High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR), these refugees come from Sudan's Darfur region and from the countries of Eritrea and Ethiopia. The Refugee Rights Forum, an aggregation of eight NGOs in the country believes that the number can reach 17,000.1 All of these have fled their countries due to vicious wars. Darfur is the setting of a violent internal strife in Sudan while Eritrea and Ethiopia are engaged in an armed conflict. Israel's initial... The Situation of African Refugees and...
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Migrants and Asylum Seekers in Italy
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...ASYLUM SEEKERS IN ITALY Migrants and Asylum Seekers in Italy The recent years have seen huge increases in the number of immigrations to different parts of the world. Amid these immigrations has developed several problems and new trends in migration issues. For example, numbers of illegal immigrants has soared high in different regions especially Europe. For example, according to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) there were more 165000 irregular refugees trying to enter Europe through the Mediterranean sea in the first nine months of 2014 (Peter, 2014, para. 5). The increased migrations can be attributed to economic factors and mainly conflicts in home countries. Among... MIGRANTS AND...
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Public Services to Asylum Seekers and Refugees
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...asylum seekers and refugees Abstract The dissertation focuses on the provision of public services to asylum seekers and refugees, emphasizing that less than equitable access has functioned against their successful integration into British society and their assimilation of British culture. Given that the primary cause of demographic and population changes in the country since 1998 has been immigration, whether in the form of refugees or asylum seekers, this is a serious problem. It is serious insofar as the increasing marginalisation of the identified group lends to the creation of communities within communities, thereby threatening the country’s social cohesion and unity... Public services to asylum...
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The asylum and immigration act 2004 [uk]
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...Asylum Act 2004 - Living Proof Needs no Witness Cindy Sandel Academia-Research November 19, 2005 Trials of Conscience: UK Immigration and Asylum Act 2004 - Living Proof Needs no Witness If we need to revere a system's efficiency from a place that exits humanity, then lives burdened with untold horror can only hope for a verdict which uses predictable measures as sacred to its highest goal: reduction in the numbers seeking asylum as a means of reducing costs and undesired political and ethnic issues. There are several benefits to being accountable to those in need of a firm grip on removing unwanted criminal elements from a terror-stricken society... . Unfortunately, if few or any criteria...
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Refugees and Asylum seekers in the U.S
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...Asylum seekers in the U.S Immigration has been a common practice within the human culture and has been evidenced by the frameworks that have been crafted within government structures of different countries to deal with the feature. Governments acknowledge that there exists immigration into or out of these countries either legally or even illegally and thus the need for regulatory frameworks. However, there are international human rights that influence government decisions surrounding immigration and which are generally accepted within the international context. Nevertheless, every nation has her foreign policies as decisions that point to the future on accounts of other nations... as against...
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The Asylum and Immigration Act 2004
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...Asylum and Immigration Act 2004 Parliament's intent in adopting the Asylum and Immigration Act of 2004 is that it will assist in efforts to fight organized criminal activity, move the process of appeals along faster and will make certain asylum seekers do not prevent their removal from the country by 'losing' their documentation. The Act is also intended, amongst many other new regulations, to prevent marriages of immigration convenience. Those asylum seekers that fail to be admitted into the country but who cannot be immediately deported are also forced to take part in some form of employment in order to pay for their own sustenance and housing until they depart (Stansfield, 2005... "...
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Immigration and Asylum Law Master Essay
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...Asylum Law Part A The UK is by far known to take care of asylum seekers. As compared to other countries in Europe, UK has much more flexible rules to accommodate asylum seekers and to protect them. However, in its own sphere, the laws are complex and keep changing frequently. UK has its first legislation regarding immigration in the 1962 Commonwealth Immigration Act which restricted the flow of passage into the UK from other parts of the Commonwealth. There have been several statutes since then including the Immigration Act 1971 (which is the main statutory source of modern immigration law), Race Relations Act 1976, Human Rights Act 1998 and British Nationality Act 1981. As with all... Immigration and...
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Why Sudanese are seeking Asylum in the United States
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...asylum in the United s Introduction Sudanese are seeking asylum in the United s due to search for protection from their dictatorship government, gain their desired freedom and have better lives for themselves and their families (Knizet 128). Asylum is the kind of protection offered to individuals who have left their countries as political refugees (Tribune). Due to the experiences of many Sudanese in the US including political, ethnic, and religious persecutions from their governments, they seek asylum in the United States. They seek several forms of asylum depending on their reason for seeking the Asylum. For instance, some seek political asylum based on their political... Why Sudanese are seeking...
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Asylum procedure in Ireland under Refugee Act 1996
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...Asylum procedure in Ireland, under the Refugee Act 1996 (as amended CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE ASYLUM PROCEDURE IN IRELAND UNDER THE REFUGEE ACT 1996 (AS AMENDED) Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 282707 19 April 2009 Table of Contents Introduction.....3 Communication...4 The Refugee Act 1996 (as amended)..4 The Migrant Rights Centre.5 The Office of the Refugee Applications Commissioner (ORAC)..7 Conclusion..8 Sources...9 CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE ASYLUM PROCEDURE IN IRELAND UNDER THE REFUGEE ACT 1996 (AS...
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Ethics and Politics of Asylum and Migration
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...Asylum and Migration Introduction With increasing attention to the threat of international terrorism, border control has been likened to homeland security.1 The fact that the terrorists responsible for the September 11 attacks on the US entered the US on legitimate tourist and student visas drew heightened attention to border control in both the US and the European Union.2 On the other hand, there are concerns that economic disparities, abuse of human rights and victims of human trafficking are especially vulnerable to tighter border controls. As a result, these vulnerabilities not only necessitate asylum and migration but makes stronger border controls unnecessary... and entirely...
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UK Media: Guardian and Independent Portray Asylum Seekers
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...Asylum Seekers Introduction During the last decade, the asylum system has experienced a severe breakdown of trust from all sides in the after a rising and then falling in the number of people who seek asylum in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom government has formed legislation that can enable them to minimize people who enter the United Kingdom to seek for asylum. However, this legislation have made very hard for those who claim asylum, apply and also have their cases to heard in a fair manner. Most of the asylums no longer have trust in the system's capability in delivering a fair hearing. This is because of inadequacy of the law that can support... UK Media: Guardian and Independent Portray...
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Possible solutions/suggestions for the problem of refugees/asylum seekers
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...Asylum and Refugees Asylum-seekers and refugees are two distinct groups of people with differences that should be first defined. A refugee is someone who is given leave to be in a country or an indefinite period of time because they are in need of Asylum. Asylum-seekers are those who have made an application for refugee status, but have not yet been given a decision. Most people who arrive in the United Kingdom are fleeing persecution in home countries and are considered to be asylum-seekers, but they become refugees once a decision has been made to allow them to stay (Mission and Public Affairs Council 1). The problem of refugees, however, rests in the issue... Finding a Solution for the Problems of...
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The Citizenship Rights Of Asylum Seekers In Britain
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...Asylum Seekers In Britain The word asylum means protection given to someone by a country, who is fleeing persecution in their own country. It is given under the 1951 United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees” Britain is one of the prominent secular democratic countries in the world which gives human rights, liberty and freedom more value than anything else. UK also respects the European Convention on Human Rights, which states that sending someone to a country where there is a real risk they will be exposed to torture, or inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (Asylum: Refugees' route to settlement, n. d). Moreover, Britain is an economically... The Citizenship Rights Of Asylum...
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Immigration, Nationality and Asylum Law ( British Law)
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...Asylum Law (British Law Does UK immigration law take sufficientaccount of British residents' wish to maintain their family life in the UK The EU makes laws which must be respected by all member states. Since the aim behind the creation of new European laws is often to standardise laws between the different member states, it is inevitable that EU laws are passed which some member states do not like. Even if they do not like them, however, all member states have to obey EU laws. For member states of the EU, it is no longer the case that only national government can make laws within their territories. According to the public opinion poll, 56 percent of people mentioned... Immigration, Nationality and...
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Asylum Seekers Living with HIV/AIDS in the UK
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...asylum in a country, the problem is much worse... Introduction: The spread of HIV virus is a major concern across the world today. The main problem is that no viable cure has been found for a patientsuffering from AIDS. Since the virus is communicable, the fear (often irrational) of having contact with an infected person is very high. The end result is that the patient may often find himself/herself ostracised from the society. According to the UN Secretary-General, "Stigma remains the single most important barrier to public action." (Ki-moon 2008). A person, who is a naturalised citizen of a country, might find refuge among his family or sometimes with his circle of friends. But for a person seeking...
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The Situation of African Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel
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...Asylum Seekers in Israel Beginning in 2003 until the present, non-Jewish immigrants from African countries have arrived in Israel through illegal means. Currently numbering almost 15,000 according to data from the local UN High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR), these refugees come from Sudan’s Darfur region and from the countries of Eritrea and Ethiopia. The Refugee Rights Forum, an aggregation of eight NGOs in the country believes that the number can reach 17,000.1 All of these have fled their countries due to vicious wars. Darfur is the setting of a violent internal strife in Sudan while Eritrea and Ethiopia are engaged in an armed conflict. Israel’s initial... The Situation of African Refugees and...
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Housing and Benefits for Asylum Seekers in UK
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...ASYLUM SEEKERS IN UK Housing and Benefits for Asylum Seekers in UK of the of the institution] Housing and Benefits for Asylum Seekers in UK Abstract Of all the individuals or groups treated harshly by society, refugees and asylum seekers are often amongst the most disadvantaged and marginalised. Excluded from their homelands, often under the most traumatic and disabling circumstances, they are frequently forced to seek shelter in countries with indigenous populations with whom they share little in common. In many cases these differences are multi-faceted, reflecting language, culture, religion and colour. The reality for many asylum seekers is being homeless... Running Head: HOUSING AND BENEFITS FOR...
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The Rights of Children in Asylum under the UN
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...Asylum under the UN. Children's rights problems have been focal point nowadays. Progress concerning legislative rape led to a public disagreement. Public committees are investigating how offspring's in institutional attention were handled in the earlier period plus the breakdown to sufficiently examine housing organizations has now been recognized. By contrast, there has been a slight response to the admittance previously by the office of the Minister for children that for about over three hundred alienated children looking for asylum have gone missing since 2001 and that an amount of vast centers foundations selected to accommodate for these children who have been... in service unlawfully....
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Political Asylum
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... [Supervisor's Costs Associated With Monopoly Rent seeking is the generally expensive pursuit of wealth transfers. The idea of rent seeking was launched to the economics profession by Tullock (1967). The early doctrinal improvement of the theory of rent seeking progressed as follows. Krueger (1974) gave the field a name in her paper on "The Political Economy of the Rent-Seeking Society." even if she presented some empirical guesstimates of the costs of rent seeking; Krueger's paper was mainly theoretical in nature, showing how rent seeking can guide to social costs in the adoption of policies to restrict global trade. Posner (1975) wrote the first empirical paper relating to rent seeking... [Supervisor's...
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Do Asylum Seekers living with HIV/AIDS in the UK face any challengers
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...asylum in a country, the problem is much worse... Introduction: The spread of HIV virus is a major concern across the world today. The main problem is that no viable cure has been found for a patientsuffering from AIDS. Since the virus is communicable, the fear (often irrational) of having contact with an infected person is very high. The end result is that the patient may often find himself/herself ostracised from the society. According to the UN Secretary-General, “Stigma remains the single most important barrier to public action.” (Ki-moon 2008). A person, who is a naturalised citizen of a country, might find refuge among his family or sometimes with his circle of friends. But for a person seeking...
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Moving on up: what factors help young asylum seekers to find success in their lives
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...ASYLUM SEEKERS TO FIND SUCCESS IN THEIR LIVES By of State Location Due Date of Paper Abstract This study has used the methodology of systematic review to find out the factors that help young asylum seekers to attain success in life. Five basic parameters of success have been identified and the factors identified from the systematic review have been compared with these five parameters. This study has revealed that proper educational support, employment training, well-paid employment opportunities, mental and physical health care, adequate housing and social status are the major factors that will help young asylum seekers to be successful in life Acknowledgements... ? MOVING ON UP: WHAT FACTORS HELP YOUNG...
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