When the homeland became more dangerous than the foreign land: three stories of people who fled from Russia from the persecution of the authorities

"I left my SIM card at home." The stories of people who were able to leave Russia despite the persecution are reported by Snob. Gulagu.net informant Sergei Savelyev, who removed the torture archive from Russia, was evacuated through Africa to France. In addition to him, over the past 10 years, they were forced to leave the country even more ...

Bribe for asylum in the USA: a resident of Russia tried to buy a criminal case against her husband

A resident of the city of Bryansk was detained on suspicion of bribing a police investigator for making fictitious documents on criminal prosecution for her husband, according to the Investigation Department in the Bryansk region. A 37-year-old resident of Bryansk came to the investigator and wanted to bribe him, in order to ...

Trump administration dramatically tightens rules for asylum seekers in the United States

The incumbent’s administration is committed to broadly raising standards for asylum seekers in the United States, a move that critics describe as the largest asylum attack in the country since Trump’s presidency. The new rule introduced at ...

Tens of thousands of dollars: ICE introduces early release pledge for asylum seekers

"Now that they provide parole options, they are setting as many obstacles as possible," said a lawyer at the Southern Poverty Law Center, quoted by NBC News. Two weeks ago, Karina Serrano Rodriguez was escorted to a computer terminal at the Detention Center ...

US Border Service issues fake subpoenas, not allowing immigrants granted asylum into the country

In recent weeks, at least 4 people have been sent back to Mexico after being granted asylum in the United States. They all received fake subpoenas designed to keep people out of the United States who were legally allowed to enter the country. In November ...

Interview in a political asylum in the USA through the eyes of a translator

I work a lot with the Russian-speaking community of San Francisco and the surrounding areas and translate for asylum interviews in the United States. Often before the interview, clients ask them for advice or ask similar questions. I decided to describe my work experience in an article and ...

United States tightened asylum rules for immigrants

The United States will refuse to grant asylum to migrants who came from third countries via Mexico and did not seek asylum in that Latin American republic or in other states along their route. Writes about this NewsRu with a link to the site ...

The White House intends to complicate the process of obtaining asylum in the United States: what will change

The White House is developing a plan to make it difficult for the US asylum process. Immigrants will have to do more to prove they have a well-founded fear of returning home; in addition, the administration wants to designate border agents in charge of the interview process when applying for ...

A caravan of 1800 migrants arrived at the US border, but they will only be allowed through 20 per day.

Hundreds of migrants from a new caravan that has just reached the US border may have to wait in Mexico for months as US border agents in the tiny Texas town where these immigrants want to cross the border may currently process paperwork ...

US began sending asylum seekers to Mexico

Central Americans who fled the violence in their home countries in hopes of finding refuge in the United States risk being kidnapped or killed in Mexican border cities, where US authorities have sent asylum seekers since January 25 to await a decision on their cases. City…

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