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Federal authorities believed that this measure would enable them to handle cases more quickly, because they estimated that about 20 percent of all decisions could be made after just one interview. In an effort to combat asylum-seekers crossing the Swiss border illegally, another controversial measure required asylum-seekers to first report to one of over 20 border posts before entering Switzerland. Asylum-seekers who fail to do so would face disadvantages during the asylum process such as work restrictions and fines.

Department of State. Annual. World Refugee Report. Washington, DC: Bureau for Refugee Programs. of asylum, this law conformed with international standards explicitly stated in the 1951 UN Convention, the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the European Human Rights Convention. The number of asylum-seekers increased from 3,000 in 1980 to 9,700 in 1985 to 36,000 in 1990 (Figure 5). Whereas, in the mid 1970s nearly 90 percent of the asylum-seekers had come from the East Bloc, Chile, or Vietnam, by the mid 1980s that number had slipped to just over 10 percent.

S. Department of State. Annual. World Refugee Report. Washington, DC: Bureau for Refugee Programs. of asylum, this law conformed with international standards explicitly stated in the 1951 UN Convention, the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the European Human Rights Convention. The number of asylum-seekers increased from 3,000 in 1980 to 9,700 in 1985 to 36,000 in 1990 (Figure 5). Whereas, in the mid 1970s nearly 90 percent of the asylum-seekers had come from the East Bloc, Chile, or Vietnam, by the mid 1980s that number had slipped to just over 10 percent.

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