Any Real Change? Credibility and Corroboration after the REAL ID Act

Immigration and Nationality Law Handbook 2008-09 Edition 357 (Richard J. Link, ed., 2008)

17 Pages Posted: 7 Oct 2015

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Jean C. Han

American University Washington College of Law; Center for Applied Legal Studies, Georgetown Law

Deborah Anker

Harvard University; Harvard University - Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program

Date Written: 2008

Abstract

Written three years after the enactment of the REAL ID Act, this piece analyzes the implications of the act on assessments of credibility and corroboration requirements in asylum and related protection cases.

Keywords: asylum, immigration, credibility, corroboration, REAL ID, assessment

Suggested Citation

Han, Jean C. and Anker, Deborah, Any Real Change? Credibility and Corroboration after the REAL ID Act (2008). Immigration and Nationality Law Handbook 2008-09 Edition 357 (Richard J. Link, ed., 2008). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2669625

Jean C. Han (Contact Author)

American University Washington College of Law ( email )

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Center for Applied Legal Studies, Georgetown Law ( email )

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Deborah Anker

Harvard University ( email )

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Harvard University - Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program ( email )

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Cambridge, MA 02138
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