The U.S. Will Stop Granting Asylum To Domestic Violence Survivors
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Most domestic violence survivors seeking refuge in the United States won't qualify for asylum anymore, Attorney General Jeff Sessions ruled Monday. The decision is the Trump administration's latest move to make U.S. immigration laws more hostile to asylum seekers.

According to Sessions, immigration judges must stop granting asylum to most survivors of domestic violence and gang violence. The decision is part of Sessions's order on a case called the Matter of A-B-. The survivor at the center of...

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