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Refugee policies in selected OECD countries

Review of the legal and social treatment of refugees and asylum seekers in selected OECD countries

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pdf Overview of the United States' Asylum System Updated 2004

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Overview of Denmark's Asylum System Updated 2004

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Overview of Germany's Asylum System Updated 2004

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Overview of the United Kingdom's Asylum System Updated 2004

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Overview of The Netherland's Asylum System 2003

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Overview of Canada's Asylum System 2003

The above papers are designed to provide an overview of the legal and social treatment of refugees and asylum seekers in selected OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) countries.

Each document outlines the treatment of an asylum seeker from their arrival at a land, air or sea border through the determination procedure, including detention, accommodation, visa classes, social security and other entitlements, appeals and deportation. Considering the variety of information, it has been divided into a question and answer format for ease of navigation and reading.

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