Which of the following statements best describes the difference between refugees and asylees seeking entrance to the United States?
Refugees fear persecution in their countries of origin, while asylees fear arrest in their countries of origin.
Refugees seek protected entrance to the United States, while asylees are already in the United States.
Refugees are asylees who have gained entrance to the United States.
Refugees have entered the United States illegally, while asylees have entered the United States legally.
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None of these answer choices are correct. Asylees fear (political) persecution in their countries of origin. They can enter the U.S. legally or illegally. Refugees are people in fear of persecution in their countries of origin, so they have ran off to another country to find safety.