TITLE

Over 1,300 Caribbean nationals granted asylum status in 2008

AUTHOR(S)
Persaud, Felicia
PUB. DATE
July 2009
SOURCE
New York Amsterdam News;7/16/2009, Vol. 100 Issue 29, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the asylum status granted by the U.S. government to the Caribbean nationals. The author states that the asylum was granted in 2008 to 1,342 Caribbean wherein majority of them are under 25 years old and 36% are 18 years old. It also cites the other countries that received asylum as well as procedure they undergone to attain pardon.
ACCESSION #
43564491

 

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