asylum seeker


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A fellow Liberal, Bruce Baird, noted the large number of 'myths' associated with the asylum seeker issue.
DIMA has discretionary power to continue to pay individual asylum seekers 'special payments' while their cases are at the post-RRT stage or allow an asylum seeker to work where there is a 'compelling need' while the Minister considers a section 417 request.
Some asylum seekers fled countries known for corruption, brutality and the violation of human rights.
But his case also symbolized the drive by the government to reduce the ability of asylum seekers to gain legal status.
Kurdish refugees accused Japanese immigration authorities Wednesday of leaking their personal information to the Turkish government and endangering their status as asylum seekers in Japan in violation of international norms.
Le << Asylum Seeker Project >> ('Projet des demandeurs du droit d'asile') du Hotham Mission, une organisation non gouvernementale (ONG) basee a Melbourne, est unique en son genre en Australie, du fait de ses services complets visant a loger et a soutenir les demandeurs d'asile dans la communaute, tout specialement ceux qui sont relaches des centres de detention.
Naeem expressed, an asylum seeker who has spent six years in one of the Norway's refugee camp.
Our sympathies are extended to the transferees - that person's family and friends who would have been in the facility as well," Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said in reference to the dead asylum seeker.
In the eyes of the law you are either granted leave to stay or you are no longer an asylum SEEKER.
For more information about the Tasmanian Asylum Seeker Support go to http://www.
LORD Roberts of Llandudno will today introduce legislation which would give asylum seekers the right to work after six months waiting for a decision in their case.
It found half of us don't realise failed asylum seekers exist in Coventry and a third of us think they should be sent back to the country they fled.
People from Birmingham who participated in the study were unable to define what an asylum seeker was and thought workers from EU countries such as France and Poland were asylum seekers.
Project leader Sylvia Dembedza, herself a former asylum seeker, said: "Since the Sanctuary opened its doors two years ago, it has become extremely popular with asylum seekers.
An asylum seeker is someone who has applied for asylum and is awaiting a decision on whether they will be granted refugee status How do asylum seekers end up in Liverpool?