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Asylum Seeker's Nationality Type of persecution Most Recent Outcome/Decision (if any)sort ascending Summary
Case #3445 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence) Aug 31, 2005 (Asylum Office)

Asylum Officer (Chicago) granted asylum on August 31, 2005. The applicant is married to a member of the Ecuadorian military. Her husband beat her on innumerable occasions, causing injuries for which she has medical records as proof. He also beat their children. She called the police, but they refused to take action against her husband because he is in the military. (Apparently he is not even... Read more

Case #2564 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence) Dec 02, 2004 (Immigration Judge)
Case #4899 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence)

An Asylum Office granted asylum to a Ecuadorian victim of intimate partner domestic violence.

Case #4275 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence), Forced marriage

An Asylum Office granted asylum to an Ecuadorian woman who experienced severe domestic violence by her husband and mother-in-law.

Case #4001 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence)

A New York Immigration Judge granted asylum to an Ecuadorian woman who suffered years of domestic violence by her husband. The police refused to intervene or do anything to help her.

Case #10115 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence), Ethnic violence, Rape or sexual violence (non-domestic)
Case #11009 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence)

A San Antonio Immigration Judge held In absentia order of removal of an Ecuadorian woman who suffered physical and sexual abuse by a former boyfriend.

Case #12197 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence)

A New York Immigration Judge granted asylum to an Ecuadorian woman who suffered domestic violence by her domestic partner, including repeated beatings and rape. She tried to leave her partner on several occasions, but he would look for her and threaten to hurt her and her kids (from a previous relationship) if she would not move back with him. When she became pregnant with their child,... Read more

Case #12335 Ecuador Domestic violence intimate partner (includes sexual violence)