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HCJ 2227/98 - HaMoked et al. v. Minister of Interior et al. Additional Respondent's Affidavit [the Sharansky affadavit]
Court Documents | 2227/98 | 15.3.2000
Minister of Interior Natan Sharansky declares a new regulation, incumbent upon the East Jerusalem Population Administration Bureau, concerning persons whose residency was revoked since 1995. A person who was informed by the Ministry of Interior of the expiration of his residency, or was deleted from the population registry, shall receive residency after he resides in Israel for at least two years, provided his stay abroad did not exceed the validity of his exit card. A person who was not notified of the expiration of his residency or was not deleted from the population registry shall be considered to possess a permit for permanent residence provided he visited Israel while his exit card was valid. The regulation shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to those who relocated the center of their life as aforesaid, to the West Bank or Gaza.
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behalf of a resident of East Jerusalem who is married to a resident of the Gaza Strip and whose residency has recently been revoked.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...
In response to HaMoked’s freedom of information application, the Ministry of Interior announces for the first time: a lenient policy is to be implemented in processing applications for restoration of Israeli status (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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