Factors That Reduce Canadian Refugee Claimants' Full Disclosure During the Immigration Interview Process
Date of Award
Master of Professional Studies
Organiz & Prof Communication
Immigration, Interview, Refugees
A comparison of the Canadian guidelines applicable to asylum seeking refugee claimants to the standards denoted in the guidelines produced by the governing body for the protection of refugees indicated similarities in scope and recommendations. However, studies show that the interview process for those seeking asylum in Canada has problems that reduces the mention of essential details about the applicants' reasons for looking for a safe haven. Expert observation shows support from previous findings that interviewers lack communication skills and the ability to create an environment to encourage disclosure. Interview officials can use a more practical, tangible and compassionate communication approach in a more empathetic environment to encourage disclosure.
Shum, Jessica, "Factors That Reduce Canadian Refugee Claimants' Full Disclosure During the Immigration Interview Process" (2011). University College: Organizational and Professional Communications Capstones. 52.
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