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originally posted by: randomtangentsrme
a reply to: highvein
Does it matter in international law for asylum seekers? There is still the ability to migrate legally once asylum is granted.
originally posted by: JustMike
a reply to: CryHavoc
So, that's it? Your OP is just a single question about the status of refugees in general if they refuse (offered??) refuge?
ETA: or is this just a piece of click bait? A hit-and-run post, chasing a few stars and flags? Seeing as you have not posted anything after your OP, I have to wonder.
All foreigners in national territory have the right to apply for refugee status, which must be submitted to COMAR or the National Institute for Migration, within in 30 days after entering national territory.