AILA – Revised Credible and Reasonable Fear Guidance for Asylum and CBP Officers

Author of AILA’s Asylum Primer Dree Collopy shares details from USCIS’s revised Credible Fear and Reasonable Fear lesson plans that went into effect on February 27, 2017, and explains what the changes mean for lawyers.

Source: AILA – AILA Quicktake #190: Revised Credible and Reasonable Fear Lesson Plans


Needless to say, this will result, as Dree Collopy states, the increase in expedited removals without due process.  CBP, ICE and TSA officials are already demonstrating a vast dearth of basic understanding of due process.



Avisa: familiares a la frontera que quieren aplicar para asilo tienen que presentar evidencia documentado para darles un chance para salir de detencion y un chance para luchar para asilo enfrente un juez.  Habla con un abogado licensiado inmediamente!

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