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  • Minutes of the 9/28/04 Asylum Office Meeting (12/17/2004)
    Minutes of the 9/28/04 Headquarters Asylum Office meeting with NGOs, discussing such topics as fingerprinting for pending asylee adjustment cases, consular posts and I-730 cases, staffing changes, backlog in pending asylum cases, five year EADs, and expedited removal. Thanks to Erin Corcoran of Human Rights First for preparing the minutes.
    AILA Doc. No. 04121767.
  • Minutes of the 6/22/04 Asylum Office Meeting (12/17/2004)
    Minutes of the 6/22/04 Headquarters Asylum Office meeting with NGOs, discussing such topics as objective evidence of country conditions, training of expedited removal officers, interpreters at asylum interviews, and backlog reduction. Thanks to Erin Corcoran of Human Rights First for preparing the minutes.
    AILA Doc. No. 04121765.
  • Minutes of the 4/20/04 Asylum Office Meeting (12/17/2004)
    Minutes of the 4/20/04 Headquarters Asylum Office meeting with NGOs, discussing such topics as cases pending at the USCIS headquarters office, resetting the clock, coercive family planning cases, and the Safe Third Country Agreement. Thanks to Erin Corcoran of Human Rights First for preparing the minutes.
    AILA Doc. No. 04121763.
  • DHS To Support Gender-Based Asylum Rule (2/20/2004)
    National Public Radio is reporting that the Department of Homeland Security has decided to voice to DOJ its support for a 2000 proposed rule that would recognize domestic violence as a basis for asylum claims. Monitor InfoNet for breaking developments.
    AILA Doc. No. 04022060.
  • Minutes of the 11/12/03 HQ Asylum Office Meeting (12/8/2003)
    Minutes of the 11/12/03 Headquarters Asylum Office meeting with NGOs, discussing such topics as those barred from asylum on grounds of suspected terrorism, refugee processing, gender-based asylum claims, mandatory bars to asylum, and CAT claims. Thanks to the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights for preparing the minutes.
    AILA Doc. No. 03120841.
  • Minutes of the 9/9/03 HQ Asylum Office Meeting (10/27/2003)
    Minutes of the 9/9/03 Headquarters Asylum Office meeting with NGOs, discussing such topics as plans to reduce the backlog, the asylum information sharing agreement between the U.S. and Canada, travel documents, I-94s, and the CSPA. Thanks to the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights for typing up the minutes.
    AILA Doc. No. 03102711.
  • Asylum Office Liaison Minutes (2/11/03) (3/4/2003)
    Liaison meeting between the INS Asylum Office and various NGOs, including AILA, addressed such topics as the 1-year filing deadline, filing receipts, name check system, the Refugee Corps, and referral to HQ for review.
    AILA Doc. No. 03030430.
  • Asylum Liaison Meeting with INS Headquarters (9/24/1999)
    August 30, 1999 letter from AILA member Malea Kiblan to Jeanne Butterfield, AILA Executive Director regarding the Asylum liaison meeting with INS Headquarters that was held on August 12, 1999.
    AILA Doc. No. 99092459.
  • June INS Liaison Meeting Minutes (7/29/1998)
    June INS Liaison Meeting Minutes/Procedure for Addressing Service Center Problems/Call for Case Examples on Proposed Asylum Regulations. Courtesy of Beth Lyon.
    AILA Doc. No. 98072959.
  • UNHCR on Nationality Issues in Asylum Cases (1/17/1995)
    12/14/94 letter from Rene van Rooyen, UNHCR U.S. representative to Rosemary Melville, INS Acting Asylum Director, on UNHCR's opinion re;asylum eligibility involving nationals of defunct countries (i.e. USSR) or from the new breakaway states (i.e. Eritrea, former Soviet and Yugoslav republics) Courtesy of Jeffrey Chase.
  • INS Processing Time Information on Asylee Adjustments (7/21/2002)
    INS Nebraska Service Center, which has sole jurisdiction over asylee adjustments, provides processing times for these cases and advises on the asylee adjustment cut-off date and other related information.
    AILA Doc. No. 02072140.
 
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