If USCIS finds that a Class ABC member would otherwise be entitled to ABC services, but for either of these two reasons, it sends a letter refining that the Class ABC member is not eligible for ABC benefits. If you can receive or receive benefits, you should consider whether they are affected by your billing allowances. CONSIDERING that applicants, many Salvadoran and Guatemalan citizens in the United States, filed this complaint. . Systemic challenges, inter alia, in the processing of asylum applications by Salvadorans and Guatemalans, in accordance with the 1980 Refugee Act and the rules adopted therein; whereas the system for processing asylum by means of regulations adopted on 1 October 1990 has been considerably modified; Whereas, under both the new asylum rules and the old ones, foreign and cross-border policy considerations are not relevant to determining whether an asylum seeker has a well-founded fear of persecution. The fact that a person is from a country whose government supports the United States or with which he or she has a favourable relationship is not relevant to determining whether a refugee claimant has a well-founded fear of persecution. . . .