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HCJ 282/88 - ‘Awad v. Yitzhak Shamir, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior et al. Judgment
Judgment | 282/88 | 5.6.1988
The HCJ dismisses the petition of an East Jerusalem resident who relocated to the USA for studies, acquired American citizenship, and when wishing to return to Jerusalem, was told his residency had been revoked and that he was to be deported. The HCJ ruled that the status of East Jerusalem Palestinians is regulated by the Entry into Israel Law, which defines their permanent residency permits. It is not "quasi citizenship" status, as the petitioner's claim, given that such status does not exist in Israel. The petitioner relocated from Israel, and lost his right to residency under the Entry into Israel Regulations. However, the HCJ noted that the Interior Minister's power to revoke residency is subject to substantive considerations and judicial review.
HaMoked in a petition to the Jerusalem Administrative Affairs Court under the Freedom of Information Act, for information on the scope of residency revocation in East Jerusalem during 2006 and 2007: HaMoked also filed a petition on behalf of a resident of East Jerusalem who is married to a resident of the Gaza Strip and whose residency has recently been revoked. The revocation came after many y...
HaMoked and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel requested to join proceedings in an appeal of a judgment given by the Administrative Court as amicus curiae. The appeal was filed in the matter of a resident of East Jerusalem whose permanent residency was revoked after he became a citizen of the USA, where he moved in order to study: The organizations request the Court to reexamine the law...
HaMoked and ACRI apply to join proceedings as amicus curiae in an appeal of a judgment which sanctioned the revocation of residency of an East Jerusalemite: the laws pertaining to the civil status of the East Jerusalem residents must be reexamined
HaMoked and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel petition the HCJ: end the policy of revoking the status of East Jerusalem residents due to prolonged residency abroad or the acquisition of status in a different country
The state keeps dragging its feet in a status reinstatement case: the Supreme Court warns that if no solution is found it will revisit the binding precedent on revocation of status of East Jerusalem residents
HaMoked to the Ministry of Interior: grant legal status to the minor children of residents of East Jerusalem while their status reinstatement is being examined (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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