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Asylum Resource Series: Cameroon

by USCIS Asylum Resource Information Center

Query Responses
Queries are short responses to specific inquiries received from Asylum Officers and other branches of the DHS. Responses may consist of photocopies of articles or may be a short narrative based on staff research and/or information from experts. On the website, only the query response is available. Attachments referenced in a query will not be available on the website.

Cameroon: Information on Ambazonia, Cameroon Democratic Party, Social Democratic Front (SDF), and Anti-Gang [Brigade] (December 20, 2002)

Cameroon: Information on Treatment of Homosexuals (November 21, 2002)

Cameroon: Information on the Relationship Between the Anglophone and Francophone Communities (October 16, 2002)

Cameroon: Information on Forced or Arranged Marriage (October 16, 2002)

Cameroon: Information on Rape of Anglophone Women (October 5, 2002)


About The Author

USCIS Asylum Resource Information Center ("RIC") was established to meet the information needs of the Asylum Officer and Immigration Officer Corps in the US and overseas by providing them with credible and objective information on conditions in the countries of origin of asylum and refugee applicants. To meet this need we obtain information from reputable human rights monitors, other government agencies, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, academia, and the media. The RIC is a Branch of the Asylum Division in the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services.


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