The Judicialization of RSD in the United States
This chapter outlines the process and the key institutional players that are involved in refugee status determination in the United States. The regime is based on a conceptualization of administrative justice that values thorough vetting and hearing a multiplicity of perspectives. A culture of adversarial legalism, politicized interactions, and fragmentation of decision-making has led to an increased judicial role in migration policy over time, particularly involving the Federal Courts of Appeals.
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