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Refugees are immigrants who have fled persecution, poverty, or a natural disaster.

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Asked by MattSoerens, Last updated: Sep 04, 2018

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MattSoerens

MattSoerens

Answered on Aug 21, 2018

False

Under U.S. and international law, refugees are individuals who have fled their country of origin because of persecution that was on account of their race, religion, political opinion, national origin, or social group. Those who have fled because of poverty, a natural disaster, or for other reasons are not considered refugees under the law, so this full statement is false.
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