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Researching Multilingually - Law Case Study

  1. 1. Researching Multi lingually Law Case Study • Applying for asylum • Communicating the asylum narrative • The procedures for deciding refugee claims in the UK and the Netherlands • What difference does being multi lingual make to the way my asylum claim is treated?
  2. 2. processing • Interview and decision
  3. 3. The asylum process UK Enter the UK Claim asylum Screening Interview Asylum interview Asylum decision Dublin/3rd Country Detained fast track Refugee Status Humanitarian Protection Discretionary Leave PositiveNegative
  4. 4. Asylum refusal UK Appeal right? First tier tribunal Appeal rights exhausted Status granted / UKBA Judicial Review? Higher court / Upper tribunal?
  5. 5. The Courts UK First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum) Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum) Court of Session (Outer House) Court of Session (Inner House) Supreme Court European Court of Human Rights Court of Justice of the European Union
  6. 6. The asylum process NL Enter NL By land By Air (usually Schiphol) access denied (eg no documents)/ no access = detention claim asylum AC Ter Apel claim asylum AC Schiphol Dublin? Yes > back to other EU MS After a rest and preparation period of 6-12 days a 8 day procedure starts First interview (travel route, identity) (Day 1) Second interview (on content asylum application) (Day 3) More time needed, to prolongued asylum procedure (Day 4) Decision (negative/positive = refugee status or subsidiary protection) (Day 8)
  7. 7. The Courts NL • District Court, First Tier Tribunal - may ask for a preliminary reference CJEU • Council of State, Appeal Tribunal - may ask for a preliminary reference CJEU • European Court of Human Rights (after exhausting local remedies) • or UN review Committee with an individual complaint possibility (HRC, CAT)
  8. 8. Work in progress • deciding who we want to speak to • what parts of the process we want to observe • how we go about getting access • the role of silence in the asylum process • the role of language as ‘evidence’ in LADO (language analysis for the determination of origin), ‘when you speech is your only passport’

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