Following HaMoked’s petitions: after years of living with just stay permits and no social security rights, 1,573 Palestinians residing in the Israel in the framework of the family unification procedure receive temporary status
On April 11, 2016 – in the framework of petitions by HaMoked
and several private attorneys – the state announced
that the Minister of Interior decided to give temporary status (A/5 visa) to Palestinians living in Israel for years in the framework of the family unification procedure with nothing but stay permits, provided their application had been filed no later than the end of 2003.
On December 4, 2016, HaMoked sent a freedom-of-information application
to the population authority, to follow up of the implementation of the minister’s decision. As no response arrived, on May 17, 2017, HaMoked filed a freedom-of-information petition to the Court for Administrative Affairs.
On September 27, 2017, following the petition filing, the population authority provided a detailed response
to the freedom-of-information application. According to the response, of the group of people concerning whom the Minister of Interior made his decision, 418 did not receive temporary status due to a security or criminal preclusion or for failing the relevant criteria. It was also stated that refusal notices had been sent to those refused.
The others of this group, 1,573 people, already received temporary identity cards, along with the social security rights coming with it.
משפט ישראלי - מסמכים אחרים
משפט ישראלי - כתבי בי דין
משפט ישראלי - חקיקה
משפט ישראלי - פסיקה
משפט בינלאומי וזר - מסמכים אחרים
משפט בינלאומי וזר - אמנות וחקיקה
משפט בינלאומי וזר - פסיקה
ספרות - עדכונים
ספרות - פסיקה במבחן
ספרות - ספרים
ספרות - מאמרים
ספרות - שונות
ספרות - דוחות