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Asylum Resource Series: Iran

by USCIS Asylum Resource Information Center

Master Exhibits
Master Exhibits are compilations of articles and reports on a given country or subject from a broad spectrum of sources. Master Exhibits are produced by outside groups, including non-governmental organizations, advocacy groups, and for the RIC individual attorneys. On the website, only the table of contents will be made available. See How can I obtain copies of publications that are not on the Internet? for a complete copy of a Master Exhibit.

Iran: The Status of Women, [ME/IRN/97.001], August, 1997. Produced by the Committee For Humanitarian Assistance to Iranian Refugees GPO Box 7051 New York, NY 10116. 225 pages.

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.

Iran: Information on Conversion from Islam to Christianity

Iran: Information on Women, Religious Freedom, and Ethnic Minorities (July 15, 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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