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When is a refugee not a refugee?

When is a refugee not a refugee?

You might be forgiven for thinking that when the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has already recognised an individual’s status as a refugee, national decision-makers would ordinarily follow suit. After all, UNHCR has unmatched expertise in refugee status determinations, ...

Richard Reynolds

Richard has a broad public law, human rights and equality law practice. He advises and acts in all aspects of asylum and immigration law, including immigration detention and bail, asylum, deportation, British citizenship and EU law.

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