asylee


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a·sy·lee

 (ə-sī′lē′)
n.
A person who has been granted political asylum.

asylee

(əˌsaɪˈliː)
n
a person who is granted asylum
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As an asylee in other words, the next process is to apply for adjustment and ask for residency.
Jennison (1840), Holmes, the asylee, petitioned the U.
17) CIA, "Proposals of Combined Department of State and CIA for Action to Exploit Asylee Situation in Guatemala", 934416, 3 August 1954; "Explotation of Asylee Situation in Guatemala (W/Attachments)", 934415, 5 August 1954.
The ability of different groups to advance their interests, whatever they may be, is also conditioned by the context of reception, which includes government policies that determine an immigrant's legal status (such as temporary worker, asylee, refugee, undocumented immigrant, or permanent resident alien), the point of insertion into the labor market (primary, secondary, or enclave), residential location (size of community, kind of neighborhood), and patterns and levels of racial and ethnic discrimination (in various markets).
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Most recent arrivals from Southeast Asian countries, even if their previous place of residence was in a refugee camp as a "displaced person" in an asylum country in Southeast Asia, immigrated here through family reunification sponsorship rather than as refugees, and thus are not eligible for the refugee and asylee exceptions.
Grant asylum for a temporary stay only, ending it when conditions are satisfactory in a country where the asylee has a right to reside.
citizen, lawful permanent resident (a "green card" holder), refugee, and political asylee.
It Is The Intent Of These Specifications, Terms And Conditions To Administer A Fund For The Defense And Protection Of Alameda Countys Immigrant, Refugee And Asylee Communities Through Know-your-rights Education And Coordinated Rapid Response, Community Responders And Links To Legal Consultation And Representation.
Soccer Without Borders uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing newcomer refugee, asylee, and immigrant youth with a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success.