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Today: Aug 16, 2018

Two Family Reunification Permits Approved

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In compliance with a petition submitted by the Jerusalem Center for Social & Economic Rights (JCSER), the Israeli Central Court in Occupied Jerusalem has forced the Israeli Interior Ministry to approve two family reunification applications, after having previously refused to do so.

After more than two years of deliberate delay, the Interior Ministry approved the issuing of a family reunification for Hashem Mohammed Juma, a resident of the Tur neighborhood of Occupied Jerusalem.

Furthermore, the Ministry approved the issuing of a temporary residency permit (ID card) for Khaled Al-Azah, a resident of Rafat village, south of Occupied Jerusalem. With this ruling, Mr. Al-Azah will be able to reside with his wife pending the issuing of a permanent residency permit.