Matter of S-E-G-: The Final Nail in the Coffin for Gang-Related Asylum Claims?
- Five Things Asylum Applicants Should Know About the 180-Day Asylum EAD Clock. Phulwani, Michael; Nachman, David H.; Singh, Rabindra K. // News India Times;5/29/2015, Vol. 46 Issue 22, p24
The article lists the reasons for asylum applicants to stop accumulating time toward the 180-day Asylum EAD Clock, and focuses on how one can obtain information about it.
- 9th Circuit Reverses on Another Mexican Asylum Case. A. S. L. // Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Oct2005, p198
The article presents information on the court case of Comparan vs. Gonzales, 2005 WL 2327302, in which showing the importance of the availability of judicial review in asylum cases, a unanimous panel of the 9th Circuit reversed a rubber-stamp summary affirmance by the Board of Immigration...
- 'Too many laws fail to improve system'. Taylor, Amy // Community Care;4/8/2004, Issue 1517, p16
Focuses on the accusation of producing too many asylum law legislation rather than making the system work in Great Britain. Comment of shadow minister for home affairs Humfrey Malins on the system; Needs concerning asylum seekers.
- Section nine use to be restricted, says Byrne. Maria // Community Care;6/28/2007, Issue 1679, p33
The article reports on British immigration minister Liam Byrne's statement on the section nine of the Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc) Act 2004 of Great Britain. A review of the act found it failed to achieve the government's aim of getting asylum-seekers to co-operate with...
- Politics without morality damages Australia. Hamilton, Andrew // Eureka Street;11/6/2009, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p1
The article focuses on the author's view on the policies regarding the asylum seekers in Australia. He argues that politicians should take into consideration the morality of their policies and to separate politics from morality. It also cites the statement of Shaun Carney that the government...
- Nexus Redux. GUPTA, ANJUM // Indiana Law Journal;Spring2015, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p465
Pursuant to its obligations under international law, the U.S. government has agreed to provide protection to individuals who fear persecution in their home countries for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. This protection in the...
- Young arrivals face section 55 interview. // Community Care;3/18/2004, Issue 1514, p13
Reports on a new set of standards which will be faced by unaccompanied asylum seekers approaching 18 in Great Britain under the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act of 2002. Scope of the asylum seekers' rights under the policy; Remarks from chief executive Maeve Sherlock on the issue;...
- Refugee Action warns of destitution 'time bomb'
set by the government. Taylor, Amy // Community Care;4/8/2004, Issue 1517, p16
Discusses the issue of destitution among asylum seekers in Great Britain. Comment of chief executive of Refugee Action Sandy Buchan regarding the effect of government's policy on asylum seekers; Details of the policy concerning support to asylums seekers.
- Asylum tag fails children, says expert. Taylor, Amy // Community Care;4/8/2004, Issue 1517, p16
Discusses issues affecting asylum-seeking children under the Children Act 1989 in Great Britain. Comment of Laurence Chester, the chair of Home Office sub-group for unaccompanied minors, on asylum tag given to children; Social situation of the asylum-seeking children; Overview of the children's...