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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Here are some common questions about our organization, and using our free web and mobile platform to match with services across North America vetted to be welcoming to LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and other LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution.

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Mobile App

HOW CAN I DOWNLOAD THE MOBILE APP?

Download the free AsylumConnect mobile app on iOS and Android today to find verified safe LGBTQ-and immigrant-friendly services in seconds. Click on the buttons below:

 

Using the AsylumConnect Catalog

WHAT IS THE ASYLUMCONNECT CATALOG?

Launched in 2016 in the United States, the “AsylumConnect Catalog” is the world’s first tech resource platform for those fleeing persecution due to sexual orientation or gender identity. Whether you are seeking LGBTQ+ asylum, undocumented or simply in need of a free (or low-cost) LGBTQ-affirming service, you can use the AsylumConnect Catalog as a free digital one-stop-shop referral site. You can use our free website and mobile app to meet your needs in all aspects of your life, including where it is safe to go for help with: housing, hygiene and clothing, legal, food, medical, mental health, community support, translation, transportation, education and employment services, and more.

WHAT TYPE OF RESOURCES CAN BE FOUND IN THE CATALOG?

Our catalog can help you find free (or low-cost) LGBTQ- and immigrant-friendly resource referrals  across the following categories:  

  • Medical Care 
  • Legal Help 
  • Food 
  • Housing / Shelter 
  • Hygiene and Clothing
  • Education and Employment 
  • Community Support
  • Mental Health Care 
  • Translation and Interpretation 
  • Transportation 
  • Computers and Internet
  • Mail Services
  • Sports and Entertainment
HOW DO YOU MAKE SURE THE ORGANIZATIONS LISTED IN THE CATALOG ARE SAFE?

Every direct service provider listed on AsylumConnect is vetted by our trained volunteers to be welcoming to LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and other LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution.

Our trained volunteers employ a rigorous tailored verification process for all direct service providers listed on AsylumConnect. Our verification process asks three core questions:

  • Is the direct service provider active and legitimate?
  • Is the direct service provider LGBTQ+ affirming? 
  • Is the direct service provider accessible to asylum seekers and the undocumented community?

A provider must be all three of these things before it is listed on AsylumConnect. Our team answers these questions by researching and often directly communicating with each provider. We repeat our vetting process for every provider listed on AsylumConnect at least once every 6 months.

Please see the “Our Vetting Process” page for more information.

WHY SHOULD I SIGN UP FOR A FREE USER ACCOUNT?

Sign-up for a free asylum seeker user account to:

  • Easily save your personal resource searches for future use 
  • Access your saved resource lists from different devices (such as different public computers)
  • Share your personalized resource list with your lawyer, a friend, organization or anyone else who is helping with your LGBTQ+ asylum case via print, email or another AsylumConnect user account
  • Share public ratings (one to five stars) and written reviews for the resources you use
HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR A USER ACCOUNT?

Visit our catalog (desktop or mobile) to register for a free user account. 

  • On a Computer: click on “Sign Up” at the top right-hand corner of your screen and select the “I AM LOOKING FOR HELP FOR MYSELF”option.
  • On your Mobile Phone: click on “Account” on the bottom navigation menu, click on “Sign Up” and select the “I AM LOOKING FOR HELP FOR MYSELF”option.

Follow the instructions to create your account.

HOW DO I RATE AND REVIEW A RESOURCE?

To rate and review a resource, first create a free user account. 

  • On a Computer: click on “Sign Up” at the top right-hand corner of your screen and select the “I AM LOOKING FOR HELP FOR MYSELF”option.
  • On your Mobile Phone: click on “Account” on the bottom navigation menu, click on “Sign Up” and select the “I AM LOOKING FOR HELP FOR MYSELF”option.

Follow the instructions to create your account. Once logged into our site through your free AsylumConnect user account, you can rate and review resources.

HOW DO I SUGGEST A NEW RESOURCE?

Submitting a resource is easy and helps us to continue to improve and expand our resource catalog! The AsylumConnect team is now accepting public resource suggestions from anywhere in the U.S. or Canada.

On Desktop: To suggest a resource for inclusion in our catalog, simply visit the “Suggest a Resource” page on your country’s catalog (United States or Canada). 

On Mobile: Click on “More” on the bottom navigation of the app and click on “Suggest New Resource”. Then select your country (United States or Canada), and complete the online form to easily submit a new resource for consideration to our team.

To suggest a resource in Mexico or another country, please contact us here.

HOW DO I SHARE FEEDBACK ON MY EXPERIENCE USING THE CATALOG?

Fill out our “Share Feedback” survey to help us to continue to improve the AsylumConnect Catalog. We’d love to hear from you!

Other Questions

IS THIS WEBSITE AND APP PRIVATE? I NEED TO PROTECT MY CONFIDENTIALITY ONLINE.

Our free resource website and app is designed to address the unique needs of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers. Our catalog offers an anonymous user experience to protect your confidentiality and privacy. For example, if you choose to register for a free asylum seeker user account you can input an alias email address to preserve your confidentiality. 

For more information, please read our User Privacy Statement below: 

The AsylumConnect Catalog uses Google Analytics with anonymized IP addresses to help analyze how visitors use this site. Google Analytics uses cookies, which are small text files placed on your computer, to collect standard visitor behavior information in an anonymous form. No personally identifiable information is collected about you, unless you explicitly submit that information on this website. If you would like to opt-out of Google Analytics, you may do so by clicking here.

You can also read our full Privacy Policy here.

I IDENTIFY AS LGBTQ+ BUT I AM NOT SEEKING ASYLUM. CAN YOUR WEBSITE AND APP STILL HELP ME CONNECT WITH LGBTQ-AFFIRMING SUPPORT?

Yes! Whether you are are seeking LGBTQ+ asylum, you are an LGBTQ+ refugee, undocumented or simply in need of free (or low-cost) LGBTQ-friendly services, you can use AsylumConnect’s free website and app to easily identify and access safe help near you. 

Learn more about how different LGBTQ+ people use AsylumConnect on our blog:

I AM PLANNING TO RESETTLE IN A NEW COUNTRY. CAN I USE YOUR WEBSITE AND APP TO PLAN AHEAD?

Yes, if you are planning to resettle in the United States or Canada you can use AsylumConnect’s free resource website and app to plan ahead. Visit our free resource catalog to begin searching for safe services in your new home. Sign up for a free user account to easily save your resource lists for later.

I DO NOT IDENTIFY AS A MEMBER OF THE LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY. ARE THERE ADDITIONAL ORGANIZATIONS THAT CAN HELP ME?

Yes! While asylum seekers and refugees outside of the LGBTQ+ community are welcome to use our resource catalog to connect with local immigrant-friendly services, AsylumConnect’s focus is on those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ+). If you do not identify as LGBTQ+, we encourage you to check out:

USAHello – A free website created for refugees and immigrants in the U.S. Visit their website for more information.

I NEED TRAVEL SUPPORT TO HELP ME LEAVE MY DANGEROUS COUNTRY. CAN YOU HELP ME?

AsylumConnect cannot provide direct travel support or help obtaining travel visas. Please visit our international resource page for organizations who may be able to assist you in reaching safety. 

About AsylumConnect

WHERE IS THIS ORGANIZATION BASED?

Our office is located in New York City, New York, United States. We do not accept in-person appointments. However, you can access our free resource website and app 24/7 from around the world to connect with safe help near you.

I AM AN ASYLEE (ALREADY GRANTED ASYLUM). I AM INTERESTED IN GETTING INVOLVED AND SUPPORTING YOUR EFFORTS. HOW CAN I HELP?

Great! We’d love for you to join us. Please visit the Join Our Team page to learn more about ways you can volunteer and get involved with AsylumConnect.  

Mobile App

HOW CAN I DOWNLOAD THE MOBILE APP?

Download the free AsylumConnect mobile app on iOS and Android today to find verified safe LGBTQ-and immigrant-friendly resource referrals in seconds. Click on the buttons below:

 

Using the AsylumConnect Catalog

WHAT IS THE ASYLUMCONNECT CATALOG?

Launched in 2016 in the United States, the “AsylumConnect Catalog” is the world’s first tech resource platform for those fleeing persecution due to sexual orientation or gender identity. You can use the AsylumConnect Catalog as a free digital one-stop-shop referral site to help your LGBTQ+ clients meet their needs in all aspects of their lives, including where it is safe to go for help with: housing, hygiene and clothing, legal, food, medical, mental health, community support, translation, transportation, education and employment services, and more.

WHAT TYPE OF RESOURCES CAN BE FOUND IN THE CATALOG?

Our catalog can help you find free (or low-cost) LGBTQ- and immigrant-friendly resource referrals  across the following categories:  

  • Medical Care 
  • Legal Help 
  • Food 
  • Housing / Shelter 
  • Hygiene and Clothing
  • Education and Employment 
  • Community Support
  • Mental Health Care 
  • Translation and Interpretation 
  • Transportation 
  • Computers and Internet
  • Mail Services
  • Sports and Entertainment
HOW ARE SERVICE PROVIDERS VERIFIED PRIOR TO BEING LISTED ON YOUR SITE?

Every direct service provider listed on AsylumConnect is vetted by our trained volunteers to be welcoming to LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and other LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution.

Our trained volunteers employ a rigorous tailored verification process for all direct service providers listed on AsylumConnect. Our verification process asks three core questions:

  • Is the direct service provider active and legitimate?
  • Is the direct service provider LGBTQ+ affirming? 
  • Is the direct service provider accessible to asylum seekers and the undocumented community?

A provider must be all three of these things before it is listed on AsylumConnect. Our team answers these questions by researching and often directly communicating with each provider. We repeat our vetting process for every provider listed on AsylumConnect at least once every 6 months.

Please see the “Our Vetting Process” page for more information.

HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR A SERVICE PROVIDER USER ACCOUNT?

Visit our catalog (desktop or mobile) to register for a free service provider user account. 

  • On Desktop: click on “Sign Up” at the top right-hand corner of your screen and select the “I AM AN ATTORNEY OR LAW STUDENT ” option or the “I AM A NON-LEGAL SERVICE PROVIDER” option.
  • On Mobile: click on “Account” on the bottom navigation menu, click on the “Sign Up” tab, and then select the “I AM AN ATTORNEY OR LAW STUDENT ” option or the “I AM A NON-LEGAL SERVICE PROVIDER” option.

See this blog post for more information.

WHY SHOULD I SIGN UP FOR A FREE SERVICE PROVIDER USER ACCOUNT?

Sign-up for a free AsylumConnect service provider user account to:

  • Save resource referrals via “Favorites” lists for your clients or loved ones 
  • Share resource referrals for free via print, email or another AsylumConnect user account
  • Add and edit information about your organization and services (if applicable)
  • Share public ratings (one to five stars) and written reviews on other organizations’ catalog profile pages
HOW DO I CONNECT MY USER ACCOUNT WITH MY ORGANIZATION’S CATALOG PROFILE PAGE?

See our blog post for step-by-step instructions on how to quickly connect your user account with your organization’s profile page on AsylumConnect.

LEARN MORE ON OUR BLOG

HOW DO I ADD MY ORGANIZATION TO THE CATALOG?

Don’t see your law firm, organization or agency listed in our catalog? First, visit our catalog to register for a free service provider user account (click on “Sign Up” at the top right-hand corner of the screen). Once you are registered, fill out our quick “Suggest New Resource” form (United States or Canada) to add your organization to the AsylumConnect resource catalog.

To suggest a LGBTQ-friendly organization in Mexico or another country, please contact us.

See this blog post for more information.

HOW DO I SUGGEST NEW RESOURCES?

On Mobile: Click on “More” on the bottom navigation of the app and click on “Suggest New Resource”. Then select your country (United States or Canada), and complete the online form to easily submit a new resource for consideration to our team.

On Desktop: First, visit our catalog to register for a free service provider user account (click on “Sign Up” at the top right-hand corner of the screen). Once you are registered, fill out our quick “Suggest New Resource” form (United States, Canada or Mexico) to add your organization to the AsylumConnect resource catalog.

MY CLIENT (OR THE PERSON I AM ASSISTING) IDENTIFIES AS LGBTQ+ BUT THEY ARE NOT SEEKING ASYLUM. CAN THE CATALOG STILL HELP THEM TO CONNECT WITH LGBTQ-AFFIRMING SUPPORT?

Yes! In addition to LGBTQ+ asylum seekers, you can also use our free resource website and mobile app to help clients or someone you know who is part of a related LGBTQ+ population(s), including: LGBTQ+ undocumented immigrants and other LGBTQ+ immigrants, and LGBTQ+ homeless or isolated youth. 

Learn more about how different LGBTQ+ people can use AsylumConnect on our blog:

HOW DO I RATE AND REVIEW RESOURCES LISTED IN THE CATALOG?

To rate and review a resource, first create a free user account. 

  • Visit our catalog (desktop or mobile) to register for a free service provider user account. 
    • On Desktop: click on “Sign Up” at the top right-hand corner of your screen and select the “I AM AN ATTORNEY OR LAW STUDENT ” option or the “I AM A NON-LEGAL SERVICE PROVIDER” option.
    • On Mobile: click on “Account” on the bottom navigation menu, click on the “Sign Up” tab, and then select the “I AM AN ATTORNEY OR LAW STUDENT ” option or the “I AM A NON-LEGAL SERVICE PROVIDER” option.

    See this blog post for more information on how to create a user account and connect your account with your organization’s listing on AsylumConnect.

Once you have created your user account and logged into our site, you will be able to leave public rating (one to five stars) and written review on resources.

HOW DO I SHARE FEEDBACK ON MY EXPERIENCE USING THE CATALOG?

Fill out our “Share Feedback” survey to help us to continue to improve the AsylumConnect Catalog. We’d love to hear from you!

Other Questions

IS THIS WEBSITE AND APP PRIVATE? MY CLIENT (OR THE PERSON I AM ASSISTING) IS CONCERNED ABOUT MAINTAINING THEIR CONFIDENTIALITY ONLINE.

Our free resource website and app is specifically designed to address the unique needs of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers. Our resource catalog offers an anonymous user experience to protect asylum seekers’ confidentiality and privacy online. For example, those who choose to register for a free asylum seeker user account can input an alias email address to preserve their confidentiality. 

For more information, please read our User Privacy Statement below: 

The AsylumConnect Catalog uses Google Analytics with anonymized IP addresses to help analyze how visitors use this site. Google Analytics uses cookies, which are small text files placed on your computer, to collect standard visitor behavior information in an anonymous form. No personally identifiable information is collected about you, unless you explicitly submit that information on this website. 

You can also read our full Privacy Policy here.

DO YOU HAVE HANDOUTS I CAN SHARE WITH MY CLIENTS AND STAFF?

Download our free marketing materials for your clients and staff below:

For translated legal guides on the LGBTQ+ asylum process and city/province guides:

I NEED TO FIND A SPONSOR FOR MY CLIENT. WHO DO I CONTACT?

We recommend contacting the following organizations directly about finding a sponsor for your client:

  • Santa Fe Dreamers Project: They focus on helping transgender asylum seekers, including those detained in immigration facilities, find U.S. sponsors. Learn more here and fill out their online form.
  • Freedom for Immigrants: They also match clients to housing provided by their sponsor volunteers. Contact them for more information.
  • Queer Asylum Accompaniment Team: Queer Asylum Accompaniment Team is a grassroots organization actively seeking Sponsors and Volunteer Accompaniers for LGBTQ+ asylum seekers in detention centers on the U.S. southern border. See their website for more information.
  • Queer Detainee Empowerment Project (QDEP): QDEP assists individuals coming out of immigration detention in securing structural, health/wellness, educational, legal, and emotional support and services. They serve LGBTQ and HIV+ immigrant detainees in the U.S. Learn about their volunteer openings here (see “Host Homes Program”) and contact them for more information.
  • Airbnb OpenHomes: Learn more about Airbnb’s program to offer free housing to refugees and asylum seekers on their website.
DO YOU RECOMMEND ANY ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR LAWYERS WORKING ON LGBTQ+ ASYLUM CASES?

Yes! Please see below for additional resources:

Country Condition Research & Reports

Manuals for Attorneys Representing Asylum Seekers

Additional Resources

THE LGBTQ+ PERSON I AM ASSISTING IS IN DANGER AND NEEDS TRAVEL SUPPORT TO LEAVE THEIR COUNTRY. CAN YOU HELP THEM?

AsylumConnect cannot provide travel support or help obtaining travel visas. If you are helping someone who is currently located in another country, please click here for more information on other organizations who may be able to assist them in reaching safety.

About AsylumConnect

WHERE IS YOUR ORGANIZATION BASED?

Our office is located in New York City, New York, United States. We do not take in-person appointments. However, you can access our free resource website and app from around the world 24/7. 

ARE YOU A REGISTERED NONPROFIT?

Yes! AsylumConnect is a 501(c)(3) public charity in the United States recognized by the IRS (EIN: 81-1066673). Donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permissible by law.

HOW CAN I MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION?

Thanks very much for the support! You can donate online or by check. Please see our donate page for more information.

MY ORGANIZATION IS INTERESTED IN PARTNERING / LEARNING MORE. WHO SHOULD I CONTACT?
  • Use our contact form to email our partnerships team. We’d love to hear from you!
  • If you are a law firm interested in financially supporting AsylumConnect, please visit our Corporate Partnership page

Mobile App

HOW CAN I DOWNLOAD THE MOBILE APP?

Download the free AsylumConnect mobile app on iOS and Android today to find verified safe LGBTQ-and immigrant-friendly services in seconds. Click on the buttons below:

 

Using the AsylumConnect Catalog

WHAT IS THE ASYLUMCONNECT CATALOG?

Launched in 2016 in the United States, the “AsylumConnect Catalog” is the world’s first tech resource platform for those fleeing persecution due to sexual orientation or gender identity. LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and other LGBTQ+ people in need (such as undocumented LGBTQ+ immigrants and homeless or isolated LGBTQ+ youth) can use the AsylumConnect Catalog as a free digital one-stop-shop referral site to meet their needs in all aspects of their lives, including where it is safe to go for help with: housing, hygiene and clothing, legal, food, medical, mental health, community support, translation, transportation, education and employment services, and more. Lawyers also use AsylumConnect’s free resource website and mobile app to easily find verified medical, mental health and social service referrals for LGBTQ+ clients. 

WHAT TYPE OF RESOURCES CAN BE FOUND IN THE CATALOG?

Our free resource website and mobile app helps LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and other LGBTQ+ people in need connect with verified LGBTQ- and immigrant-friendly resource referrals across the following categories:  

  • Medical Care 
  • Legal Help 
  • Food 
  • Housing / Shelter 
  • Hygiene and Clothing
  • Education and Employment 
  • Community Support
  • Mental Health Care 
  • Translation and Interpretation 
  • Transportation 
  • Computers and Internet
  • Mail Services
  • Sports and Entertainment
HOW DO YOU MAKE SURE THE ORGANIZATIONS LISTED IN THE CATALOG ARE SAFE?

Every direct service provider listed on AsylumConnect is vetted by our trained volunteers to be welcoming to LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and other LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution.

Our trained volunteers employ a rigorous tailored verification process for all direct service providers listed on AsylumConnect. Our verification process asks three core questions:

  • Is the direct service provider active and legitimate?
  • Is the direct service provider LGBTQ+ affirming? 
  • Is the direct service provider accessible to asylum seekers and the undocumented community?

A provider must be all three of these things before it is listed on AsylumConnect. Our team answers these questions by researching and often directly communicating with each provider. We repeat our vetting process for every provider listed on AsylumConnect at least once every 6 months.

Please see the “Our Vetting Process” page for more information.

HOW DO I SUGGEST A NEW RESOURCE IN MY AREA?

Submitting a resource is easy and helps us to continue to improve and expand our resource catalog! The AsylumConnect team is now accepting public resource suggestions from anywhere in the U.S. or Canada.

On Desktop: To suggest a resource for inclusion in our catalog, simply visit the “Suggest a Resource” page on your country’s catalog (United States or Canada). 

On Mobile: Click on “More” on the bottom navigation of the app and click on “Suggest New Resource”. Then select your country (United States or Canada), and complete the online form to easily submit a new resource for consideration to our team.

To suggest a resource in Mexico or another country, please contact us here.

How To Get Involved

HOW CAN I MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION?

Thanks very much for the support! You can donate online or by check. Please see our donate page for more information.

I MADE A DONATION THROUGH YOUR WEBSITE. HOW CAN I VIEW MY DONATION HISTORY?

If you have donated through our website’s online donate page, please visit https://asylumconnect.org/donation-history and follow the instructions to view your donations made to-date and receipts.

HOW CAN I VOLUNTEER?

Thank you for your interest! Visit the “Join Our Team” page to view all open positions and instructions on how to apply.

HOW DO I JOIN THE JUNIOR BOARD PROGRAM?

Thanks for your interest! The AsylumConnect Junior Board program is currently remote and open to young professionals (ages 21 to 40) located anywhere in the United States. Membership  supports AsylumConnect’s critical work through fundraising, networking and marketing. Junior Board recruitment updates will be posted on our “Junior Board Program” page.

HOW CAN I FUNDRAISE FOR ASYLUMCONNECT?

Thanks for your support! Please see our “Fundraise” page for more information on how to fundraise on behalf of AsylumConnect.

MY COMPANY IS INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE. HOW CAN I GET IN TOUCH?

Thanks for your interest! Please submit our Corporate Partnership Inquiry Form and our team will be in touch shortly.

I AM INTERESTED IN SPONSORING A LGBTQ+ ASYLUM SEEKER. WHO DO I CONTACT?

Thanks for your generosity! To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, we recommend contacting the following organizations directly:

  • Santa Fe Dreamers Project: They focus on helping transgender asylum seekers, including those detained in immigration facilities, find U.S. sponsors. Learn more here and fill out their online form.
  • Freedom for Immigrants: They also match clients to housing provided by their sponsor volunteers. Contact them for more information.
  • Queer Asylum Accompaniment Team: Queer Asylum Accompaniment Team is a grassroots organization actively seeking Sponsors and Volunteer Accompaniers for LGBTQ+ asylum seekers in detention centers on the U.S. southern border. See their website for more information.
  • Queer Detainee Empowerment Project (QDEP): QDEP assists individuals coming out of immigration detention in securing structural, health/wellness, educational, legal, and emotional support and services. They serve LGBTQ and HIV+ immigrant detainees in the U.S. Learn about their volunteer openings here (see “Host Homes Program”) and contact them for more information.
  • Airbnb OpenHomes: Learn more about Airbnb’s program to offer free housing to refugees and asylum seekers on their website.

About AsylumConnect

WHERE IS THIS ORGANIZATION BASED?

Our office is located in New York City, New York, United States. We do not accept in-person appointments. However, you can access our free resource website and app 24/7 from around the world to connect with safe help near you.

ARE YOU A REGISTERED NONPROFIT?

Yes! AsylumConnect is a 501(c)(3) public charity in the United States recognized by the IRS (EIN: 81-1066673). Donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permissible by law.

HOW DID ASYLUMCONNECT START?

AsylumConnect co-founders Sy and Jamie met as college students at the University of Pennsylvania. Sy shared his personal experience struggling to find safe resources during his own U.S. asylum process. Despite access to technology, upon arrival in the United States Sy struggled as a gay immigrant to know where it was safe to go for help to meet his basic needs, from finding legitimate pro bono legal representation for his asylum claim to LGBTQ+ affirming health care, mental health support, housing, and educational opportunities. As a trans man from a conservative background himself, the feeling of not being able to live authentically deeply resonated with Jamie. During their senior year at Penn, Sy and Jamie co-founded AsylumConnect to extend the first ever digital lifeline to other persecuted and marginalized LGBTQ+ people. AsylumConnect is founded on the belief that every LGBTQ+ person deserves the safety and freedom to live authentically.

In 2016, we launched the world’s first web and mobile platform designed for LGBTQ+ people fleeing persecution (the “AsylumConnect Catalog”) in Seattle, Washington, United States.

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