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U.S. Asylum System: Agencies Have Taken to Help Ensure Quality in the Asylum Adjudication Process, but Challenges Remain
Richard M. Stana (au)
Each year, tens of thousands of non-citizens apply in the U.S. for asylum, which provides refuge to those who have been persecuted or fear persecution. Asylum officers (AO) in the Dept. of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and immigration judges (IJ) in the Dept. of Justice’s Exec. Office for Immigration Review assess applicants’ credibility and eligibility. This report evaluates aspects of the asylum system. It addresses the extent to which quality assurance mechanisms have been designed to ensure adjudications’ integrity, how key factors affect AOs’ adjudications, and what key factors affect IJs’ adjudications. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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