Asylum Seekers (tagged articles)
The keyword Asylum Seekers is tagged in the following 3 articles.
With over 10 million stateless people globally, statelessness has increasingly become a pressing issue in international law. The production of statelessness occurs across multiple lines including technical loopholes, state succession, and discriminatory... Read Article »
Between 2012 and 2017, the number of asylum applications from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras—countries collectively known as the Northern Triangle—increased by eight hundred percent. The Trump administration has responded by... Read Article »
The strict regulations for immigration fuels the smuggling of irregular migrants, however, amongst the irregular migrants are genuine Asylum Seekers
in search of protection. If party to the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees,1 States... Read Article »
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