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Family Unification in Jerusalem

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20.11.2018
Only after a petition to the High Court of Justice: mother of extremely ill child receives a stay permit to live with her husband and three children in the family home in Jerusalem
4.11.2018
Following HaMoked's appeal: the Appeals Tribunal ordered the grant of permanent residency on humanitarian grands to a Jordanian woman who fell victim to domestic violence, and has been living in East Jerusalem for 15 years
25.10.2018
HaMoked to the Minister of Interior: apply the 2016 decision to grant temporary status to Palestinians who have been living in Israel lawfully for many years, to people with humanitarian circumstances and children who have reached adulthood
22.10.2018
Judgment in HaMoked's appeal: the Ministry of Interior must ensure the continuous legal status in Israel of people who act according to its own procedures
9.10.2018
Following HaMoked's demand to revise the updated procedure of the Inter-Ministerial Committee for Granting Status on Humanitarian Grounds: stateless people will be able to submit requests to the Committee even though they do not hold passports
3.10.2018
HaMoked to the Appeals Tribunal on denying family unification permits to an assailant's extended family: it must first be determined whether the Minister of Interior has the authority to deport the relatives of an assailant in the name of deterrence. Only then can it be decided whether to allow the presentation of the classified material on which the decision is allegedly based
12.9.2018
Following a prolonged struggle by HaMoked: the military issued permits to two Palestinians, who live in Israel pursuant to temporary stay permits, to drive in Israel for the purpose of taking their sick children to medical appointments
26.8.2018
Following HaMoked's appeal: the Appeals Tribunal ruled that Palestinians in family unification procedures cannot be left with no legal status due to authorities' delays in processing their requests
12.7.2018
The State in an appeal of an Appeals Tribunal judgment: the Minister of Interior has the authority to deport a woman from her home due to actions attributed to her son
5.7.2018
A measure of last resort: The Appeals Tribunal ordered the Ministry of Interior to pay trial costs, in an effort to force it to decide on requests of residents of East Jerusalem within a reasonable timeframe
28.6.2018
Following a prolonged battle: two of the three daughters of a resident of East Jerusalem, who fell victim to domestic violence, have received residency status in Israel
5.6.2018
Permanently temporary: the Knesset extended the validity of the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law for the eighteenth(!) time, preventing family unification for Palestinians in Israel
3.6.2018
Following HaMoked's petition: some 10,000 Palestinians living in Israel by virtue of family unification processes are no longer categorized as "foreign workers"
24.5.2018
A precedential judgment by the Appeals Tribunal invalidates a decision by the Ministry of Interior to deport from Jerusalem a mother for her son's actions
3.4.2018
HaMoked to the Court: instruct the Ministry of Interior and the Military to ensure that people entitled to stay permits, as part of family unification processes, receive the renewal before the old permit expires
20.3.2018
In a baffling decision, the HCJ refused to review on its merit HaMoked’s petition against the Minister of Interior’s decision not to upgrade the status of a Palestinian woman living in Israel for many years in the framework of the family unification procedure: HaMoked must now turn to the Appeals Tribunal (although it has no jurisdiction on the matter)
15.3.2018
The National Labor Court in a precedential decision: East Jerusalem children waiting to receive status in the country are entitled to national health insurance until age 14
12.3.2018
Following HaMoked’s appeal: the Appeals Tribunal cancelled the Ministry of Interior’s decision to revoke the Israeli status of an assailant’s mother and ruled the Ministry must decide her case anew
6.3.2018
HaMoked in a petition to the High Court of Justice: Israel must afford the same work conditions to Palestinians living permanently with their families in the country, as those afforded to Israeli residents, given that their center of life and all their ties are in the country
13.12.2017
The Appeals Tribunal accepted HaMoked's position and cancelled the Minister of Interior’s decision to revoke the residency status of four family members of an assailant: the Ministry of Interior has to make new decisions in their matter and if they decide to continue this form of collective punishment must initiate new proceedings accordingly


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