Law of Asylum in the United States is a classic and comprehensive presentation of U.S. asylum law. It describes and interprets applicable U.S. laws, as well as numerous international sources, and provides detailed discussions of all aspects of asylum and refugee law, including: The meaning of well-founded fear and persecution; The five grounds (race, religion, nationality, social group membership, and political opinion); Withholding of removal protection and protection under the Convention Against Torture; Claims based on childhood status and gender-based persecution; When non-state actors can be considered agents of persecution; Asylum eligibility for those fleeing gang violence in their home countries; Elements of proof; Credibility determinations and Recent changes in statutory language enacted with the REAL ID Act.
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