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According to BBC News, Canada wants to change the law to make it harder for asylum seekers whose claims were rejected by other countries to file claims at the border.

The Liberal government introduced the 392 page Amendments on Monday night.

If an illegal has already pursued claims in other countries, Immigration officers could reject the requests. The illegal would no longer be allowed an oral hearing and the application could not be appealed. However, they could submit a written, pre-removal risk assessment. A small portion of these claims is accepted.

There are over 200,000 pending asylum claims, and the wait for hearings by Canada’s refugee board have edged up to an average of 20 months.

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