A person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster
tens of thousands of refugees fled their homes
a refugee camp
an exile who flees for safety
Under the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees from 1951, a refugee is a person who (according to the formal definition in article 1A of this Convention), "owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a ...
"Refugee" is the first track released from Simple Minds founding member and vocalist Jim Kerr's first solo album Lostboy! AKA Jim Kerr in early 2010, although "Shadowland" was the first official single release from the project. ...
Refugee is the only album by Bad4Good, a quartet of teenagers that included Brooks Wackerman and Danny Cooksey, released on September 15, 1992 by Interscope Records. The album was produced by Steve Vai. It was produced in a clean version. It is currently out of print.
Refugee was a progressive rock group formed by former The Nice members, bassist Lee Jackson and drummer Brian Davison, with keyboardist Patrick Moraz.
Refugee is a Bollywood film directed by J. P. Dutta, released on 30 June 2000. The film marked the debut of Abhishek Bachchan, son of legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan, and Kareena Kapoor, the sister of actress Karisma Kapoor and part of the famous Kapoor family. ...
Refugee was the self-titled and only album of Refugee. The album was originally issued on Charisma Records in March 1974. It was re-released under the TimeWave label on June 27, 2006 .
A person seeking refuge in a foreign country out of fear of political persecution or the prospect of such persecution in his home country, i.e. ...
(refugees) displaced people who move to another country.
(REFUGEES) People without a home, usually caused by war or famine
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(Refugees) In compliance with UN General Assembly resolution 194 (1948) and Security Council resolution 242 (1967), Palestinian refugees may receive compensation, as will the states where they settled. All those who want to will be able to move to the new state of Palestine. ...
(Refugees) People who flee violence in their home country to seek safety in another nation.
(Refugees) are people who have been uprooted from their homes and forced to seek refuge in a foreign country. The word can also refer to a specific legal status that is given to some forcibly displaced people.
(Refugees) people who flee their own country for political or economic reasons, or to avoid war and oppression
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(refugees) people who flee in search of protection or shelter
for refugee status, an applicant applies outside the United States and must meet the same standard of persecution as an asylum applicant. As a practical matter, it is much more difficult to win refugee status based on being LGBT or HIV positive than to win asylum.
A person who has a well-founded fear of persecution if he/she should return to his/her home country. He/she applies to come to the United States in another country and enters the United States as a refugee. See the DHS, USCIS website Refugee information to learn more.
a person who flees their home country through a fear of persecution on the grounds of race or religion, or membership of some other group.
Someone who has left his or her homeland because of fear of persecution.
A foreign-born resident who is not a United States citizen and cannot return to his/her country of origin or last residence, due to race, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or a political opinion. A refugee receives this status prior to entering the United States.
“A person who meets the eligibility criteria under the applicable refugee definition, as provided for in international or regional refugee instruments, under UNHCR’s mandate, and/or in national legislation.” (UNHCR)
A refugee is an individual whose admission to the United States is permitted on the basis of a threat of persecution were that person to return to the country they have fled. Refugees are permitted to apply for permanent resident status after one year of uninterrupted presence in the U.S.