Why you should be arguing the Courts have been misapplying the presumption of state protection in refugee claims

2020-08-25T14:17:56-08:00August 11th, 2020|Blog|

By Erica Olmstead Refugee Law 101: A person will be found to be a ‘Convention refugee’ if they face a well-founded fear of persecution in their home country, based on a nexus ground, like race, religion, or political opinion, under s. 96 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. The “well-founded fear” standard lies below [...]