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Query Responses

Query responses are replies to focused queries or requests for Information that are submitted in the course of the refugee status determination process.
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États-Unis et Cuba : information sur la Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act des États-Unis, y compris information indiquant si les Cubains qui vivraient aux États-Unis ou passeraient par ce pays avant d'arriver au Canada sont assujettis à ladite loi et si oui, comment dans la pratique cette loi est appliquée; le statut accordé aux Cubains en vertu de cette loi, y compris la durée et les conditions qui y sont liées; le sens du terme « paroled » dans le contexte de cette loi; la relation entre cette loi et la politique « wet foot/dry foot » aux États-Unis

11 October 2013 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

United States and Cuba: The US' Cuban Refugee Adjustment Act, including whether Cubans who live in or transit the US before arriving in Canada are subject to the Act and, if so, how the Act is applied in practice; status granted to Cubans under the Act, including the length of time and related conditions; the definition of "paroled" in the Act; the relationship between the Act and the "wet foot/dry foot" policy in the US

11 October 2013 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Jordan: 1. The SHRC Annual Report for 2005 indicates that Jordan tries to "respect the affairs" of exiled Syrians. Are you aware of any people of Syrian background, either born in Jordan or having resided there for many years, who have been refused Jordanian citizenship? If so, why might they be denied citizenship? 2. Are you aware of any recent widespread official pressure on people of Syrian background, who have resided in Jordan for many years, to leave Jordan? If so, in your view what is the reason for that pressure?

29 October 2007 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Russian Federation: 1. Provide a brief overview of asylum procedures for this country (mentioning whether or not the country is a signatory to the UN Convention and Protocol). 2. Is there a second tier of review (i.e. comparable to the RRT)? 3. What processes are applied by the body/agency at the second tier review level (i.e. inquisitorial process similar to the RRT, or adversarial process applied at the AAT)? 4. Is there judicial review? 5. Is the judicial review process confined to points of law or can facts of cases be re-examined at this level?

20 June 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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