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Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families
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Demand that USCIS Cease Deprivation of Rights of Detained Families

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Given that your agency intentionally eliminated several important procedural safeguards designed to ensure that bona fide asylum seekers are not removed to countries where they may face persecution or torture, specifically in response to the increase in the number of families apprehended in the Fiscal Year of 2014, and given that your agency went even further by eliminating virtually every procedural safeguard in the CF and RF screening process exclusively for families, the initial negative CF determinations made against the families currently detained must be vacated, discarded, and de novo CF interviews must be conducted.

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Given that your agency intentionally eliminated several important procedural safeguards designed to ensure that bona fide asylum seekers are not removed to countries where they may face persecution or torture, specifically in response to the increase in the number of families apprehended in the Fiscal Year of 2014, and given that your agency went even further by eliminating virtually every procedural safeguard in the CF and RF screening process exclusively for families, the initial negative CF determinations made against the families currently detained must be vacated, discarded, and de novo CF interviews must be conducted.

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