While there are a lot refugees being admitted into countries, many are being withheld because of certain guidelines that the refugees have to follow and abide by to make it into the country. In fact, the U.S. has just changed its policies regarding the admittance of Syrian refugees, for example, the Secretary of the United States, Jeh Johnson, states, “Bar certain aliens who do not pose a national security or public safety risk from admission to the United States and from obtaining immigration benefits or other status.” This explains that certain refugees that pose a threat to the security of the United States will not be admitted but most other refugees will be admitted. Background checks and questioning will be used to determine if they do pose a threat. Next, countries that border Syria are clearly the easiest escape routes for refugees, however; borders surrounding Syria are becoming increasingly harder to cross over and are refugees are being pushed back into Syria, according to TheConversation.com. This means that refugees are being forced back into danger of Syria, from the threats of the government killing its own citizens and other citizens doing anything they can to survive including killing each other. Syrians are looking for refuge and they can’t even leave the borders of their own country. Ultimately, these refugees are trying to escape the dangers of their country and they aren’t able to because certain guidelines are being used and changed within bordering countries and countries that accept the refugees, while many are being admitted into countries, some refugees with radicalized views are be held up at the borders and sent back to Syria. As you may believe it is very hard for countries to tell who has these radicalized views and that’s why the guidelines are changing and it is tougher to get into countries for them.