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In reality, however, language barriers , isolation , cultural traditions , and immigration laws discourage immigrant women from reporting violence to authorities or bringing charges against their abusers. Immigrant women also suffer disproportionately high rates of unemployment. Under the revised code, punishments for acts of domestic violence including marital rape, sequestration, and threats were made harsher than before. The national domestic violence hotline is one of the only sources of statistics on violence within the immigrant population.
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Leaving An Abusive Relationship
He could never separate from his wife in this manner in France, but France recognizes decisions rendered by Algerian and Moroccan tribunals. Sometimes a man often a Muslim will go as far as sequestering his wife in the home and rejecting the assistance of social workers. Women will often choose to suffer through a violent relationship for this first year rather than be forced to leave France. How can domestic violence be reduced and battered immigrant women be made less vulnerable. This thesis examines the social, economic, and above all, legal difficulties faced by battered immigrant women, as well as the intersection of French immigration and domestic violence policies.
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Teenagers and abusive relationships
Such laws would allow her to separate from her abuser and still obtain legal residency in her own name. Yet, there is no legal provision in the new code that would resolve the unique problems that battered immigrant women face. Unfortunately, even if immigrant women from the Maghreb overcome cultural barriers and decide to leave abusive spouses, they may not legally be able to do so without being evicted from France. Women will often choose to suffer through a violent relationship for this first year rather than be forced to leave France. The belief that women provoke violence and deserve to be beaten is transmitted across generations, as women themselves come to believe they are at fault.
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