By Philip G Schrag
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Extra info for A Well-Founded Fear: The Congressional Battle to Save Political Asylum in America (1999, 2000)
In one of his first initiatives as chair of the Immigration Subcommittee, Senator Simpson sponsored a bill, which soon passed the full Senate Judiciary Committee, to curtail the rights of such wouldbe immigrants. ”109 Further questions were to be asked only if the alien’s answers, without prompting, “provide[d] evidence” that he might be entitled to asylum. If the alien didn’t say the words evincing asylum eligibility, he would be deported forthwith, without a hearing or appeal. ”111 Senator Simpson’s bill included another idea as well for curbing asylum applications.
On the flight with Yousef was Mohammad Ajaj, a Palestinian with a false Swedish passport. Ajaj’s passport was an obvious forgery, so his baggage was inspected. He had few articles of clothing, but he was carrying a large assortment of manuals on how to make bombs, and videotapes of suicide car bombings. Ajaj was sentenced to six months in prison for the passport fraud. Yousef was more fortunate. Although he lacked a visa, he had a valid Iraqi passport. At the airport, he claimed asylum. 27 Yousef soon became a follower of Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, the leader of the Al-Salam mosque, located over a Chinese restaurant in Jersey City.
38 But Slattery did not believe that he could obtain the detention facilities that he would need to house fifteen thousand inadmissible aliens per year, even if the period for each detention were reduced. Since the early 1980s, jail space for aliens had not been paid for by congressional appropriations. The funding was provided by a small user fee, then six dollars per person, collected by airlines Clinton’s Turn 41 from each international passenger as part of the price of an airline ticket. The user fee funds paid not only for detention spaces, however, but also for “facilitation”; that is, for the INS and customs inspectors who worked in airports.
A Well-Founded Fear: The Congressional Battle to Save Political Asylum in America (1999, 2000) by Philip G Schrag