The acting director of USCIS sent a message to asylum officers instructing them to elicit testimony for credible fear screenings to determine whether asylum seekers who provide evidence of private violence attempted to internally relocate in their home countries prior to traveling to the United States.

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USCIS Acting Director Instructs Asylum Officers to Consider Possibility of Internal Relocation in Home Country for Credible Fear Screenings and Determinations