In recent years, the number of refugees and migrants seeking asylum in the United States has increased dramatically. In response, the US government has enacted a number of policies designed to deter and discourage asylum seekers. One of these is the so-called "Haven Act", which requires asylum seekers to prove that they have a "credible fear" of persecution in their home country before they can be granted asylum.
Critics argue that the Haven Act is unconstitutional and that it violates the rights of refugees and migrants. They point to the fact that many asylum seekers are fleeing violence and persecution, and may not be able to obtain the necessary documentation to prove their "credible fear". Moreover, they argue that the Act places an undue burden on already vulnerable people.
Supporters of the Haven Act argue that it is necessary to prevent people from exploiting the US asylum system.
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