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What happens to a person who returns to india after a failed asylum application abroad. P.S The person had valid visa on departure and return.

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Immigration Services
Posted on 16th Jul, 2018
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Advocate Anshumita
Answered on 18-Jul-18
The person has the right to appeal against the decision. He/She also has a right to approach the Administrative Court of the country where his/her application is rejected and also has the option to go to he human rights commission. If he/she feels that they have been wrongly denied then best is to go ahead and appeal again the decision. Second option would be filing a fresh application again if there has been a change of circumstances. But in my opinion I would strongly recommend to go ahead for Appeal.
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