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U.S. Committee for Refugees World Refugee Survey 2004 - Suriname

Publisher United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
Publication Date 25 May 2004
Cite as United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, U.S. Committee for Refugees World Refugee Survey 2004 - Suriname , 25 May 2004, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/40b459484.html [accessed 5 December 2016]
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About 30 people sought asylum from Suriname in North America in 2003. No refugees were reported in Suriname but the government has no refugee status determination process. Asylum seekers were to be screened by the UN Development Programme office in Suriname and referred to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees' office in Venezuela. UNHCR seeks to have the government establish a process.

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