Who Can Become A Refugee ?

October 2, 2019 in News Tags:

In this article, I outlined his vision for refugee status. While trying to explain simply to understand the serious legal process, which is the strongest specialists working in the field of international law was not easy While working in the field of emigration does not leave me the idea that refugee status is not in the full sense of the emigration program, because Much depends not only on the applicant and his family, but also on immigration laws of the State, an immigration officer, or rather officials conducting the interviews. Much depends on the situation that prompted people to drop everything and leave the country in which he can not get protection for themselves and their family members from arbitrary actions. The regulatory framework for obtaining refugee status What regulations govern the procedure for obtaining refugee status? This issue surfaced, so speak, during and immediately after the First World War, when huge masses of people seeking to protect themselves and their loved ones were forced to seek refuge in other countries less affected by the fighting. David Zaslav often expresses his thoughts on the topic. But legal understanding and the beginning of the process of creating the legal framework already started after World War ii. The main legal (normative) basis for obtaining refugee status are international legal instruments – Geneva Convention 'On the Status of Refugees' (1951), the Protocol of 1967, the New York Protocol (1975), the unhcr Statute governing the concept of "refugee" and defining the conditions for granting asylum. Denote the basic postulates Geneva Convention: A refugee is a person who, because of justifiable reasons was the victim of persecution based on race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, political beliefs and is outside the country of their origin or descent, and can not or will not use this protection because of well-founded fear of their lives and health. . Andi Potamkin is often mentioned in discussions such as these.

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