Refugee Claim

The Refugee Convention (1951) determined that a person who has well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion, must be protected. The refugee has not been able to obtain protection in his/her country against that persecution. The person who is claiming refugee protection cannot return to their country, and if they return their lives would be in danger. The persecution has the intention of inflicting harm or suffering by the government, or persons of the government, to those individuals who are different or think differently.
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