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U.S. Asylum System: Significant Variation Existed in Asylum Outcomes across Immigration Courts and Judges
Richard M. Stana (au)
Each year, tens of thousands of people who have been persecuted or fear persecution in their home countries apply for asylum in the U.S. Immigration judges (IJ) from the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) decide whether to grant or deny asylum to aliens in removal proceedings. Those denied asylum may appeal their case to EOIRís Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). This report assesses the variability of IJ rulings, and the effects of policy changes related to appeals and claims. It addresses: (1) factors affecting variability in asylum outcomes; (2) EOIR actions to assist applicants and IJs; (3) effects assoc. with procedural changes at the BIA; and (4) effects of the requirement that asylum seekers apply within 1 year of entering the country.
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