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Today: Oct 17, 2017

Entry Permit Granted to a Jordanian Resident

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The Jerusalem Center for Social & Economic Rights (JCSER) has obtained a decision from the Israeli Interior Ministry, stating its approval to grant an entry permit to Salal Al-Horani, a resident of Jordan.

JCSER lawyer Mohammed Qadah, who followed up the case, said, Khawlah Horani, Salal Horans wife, submitted an application to the Interior Ministry to register her two children on her Jerusalem ID card and to give them ID card numbers. However, the Ministry delayed the application for more than three months. As a result, the Center was forced to approach the Israeli Central Court, which forced the Ministry to approve registry of the children on Mrs. Horanis Jerusalem ID card. One month later, the Ministry agreed to grant Mrs. Horanis husband an entry permit (visa) to Israel.

Nevertheless, Mr. Horani was forbidden from entering Israel. The Israel officials at Sheikh Hussein Bridge refused to acknowledge the entry permit given to him. As a result, the Center was forced to send a letter to the Interior Ministry requesting it to issue a new entry permit to Mr. Horani. The Ministry retracted its decision and allowed Mr. Horani to enter Israel and join his family members.

It is noted that Mr. Horani, who is married to a Palestinian Jerusalemite, was banished to Jordan more than a year ago, in accordance with a decision taken by the Interior Ministry on the grounds that he was illegally residing in Jerusalem.