Via Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program
Law of Asylum closely discusses topics of broad and current interest. The distinction and particularity of social group claims are examined, such as in the recent Matter of A-R-C-G-. This decision entailed the finding of a Guatemalan woman who was subject to severe spousal abuse as eligible for asylum. The 2016 edition of Law of Asylum expands and updates the Procedures Appendix, added last year, to provide an invaluable framework for practitioners and researchers alike.
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