An Essay On Syrian Refugees

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Ever wondered what it is that is really happening to the Syrian people that is causing them so much grief as we see in the news? It is more than just bombs being dropped in the country of Syria, killing thousands of people. Even though many citizens are dying in Syria due to the war, a lot of them still remain there with almost no health assistance, food resources, and no education for the children because they are not given a place for safety resettlement. In the news, we only see that these people are suffering because of death and separation, but they almost do not mention anything about how they can improve the immigration and resettlement process in order for Syrian refugees to receive aid and refugee resettlements status in other countries. Syrian’s are not only at risk in their home country, they are also at risk in other countries where they would want to …show more content…
In Turkey, people who have become refugees as a result of a drastic event occurring in Europe are granted refugee status. In this case, Syrians who have fled their home country because of the harsh conditions are not being recognized as refugees. Instead, they are being labeled as just guests. There are laws in place in order for immigrants to grant legal status in another country. In order to become a refugee, the immigrant needs to apply for this status and go through legal proceedings to receive this refugee status. Once recognized as such, they are able to accommodate in the country. Due to the large amount of people seeking asylum, they are not processing any applications from Syrians to become asylum seekers instead “The Turkish state has implemented a temporary protection regime for Syrians” (Ozden). This regime only risks the vulnerability of Syrians to be deported back to their home country at any given time no matter the

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