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Boston University International Law Journal
April 2009

Affimatively Denied: The Detrimental Effects of a Reducted Grant Rate for Affirmative Asylum Seekers
By Rachel D. Settlage*

n106. See id. (noting that represented asylum seekers were granted asylum 45.6 percent of the time, while those without representation were granted asylum only 16.3 percent of the time.); see also Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC)Immigration Report, Immigration Judges, http://trac.syr.edu/immigration/reports/160 (last visited Jan. 31, 2009) (finding during a study of asylum cases decided by immigration judges from 1994 to 2005 that asylum seekers without representation were denied asylum 93.4 percent of the time, while those with representation were denied only 64 percent of the time)

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