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The Struggle for Palestinian Family Unification Succeeds – Haltingly, Little and Late
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  13.10.2021
Instead of keeping to its agreements, Israel offers ‘a gesture’ in the form of Palestinian IDs to people without status in the West Bank and Gaza. Still on hold is family unification for residents of the territories married to Israeli citizens
Israel to Legalize Residency Status of Hundreds of Palestinians in West Bank, Gaza
Foreign Press, Hagar Shezaf & Jack Khoury  |  11.10.2021
As first step in series of understandings reached between Benny Gantz and Mahmoud Abbas, Israel to approve legalizing residency for first time in 13 years
According to the Palestinian media: children born abroad who have a parent who is a resident of the OPT, would no longer need to obtain a permit from Israel in order to enter the West Bank for the purpose of registering in the Palestinian population registry – provided they are under age 14
Ma’an News Agency, "Palestinian children born abroad to enter West Bank without permit", 29.10.2014
Press  |  29.10.2014
Courtesy of Maan News Agency
HaMoked has petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) in the case of a Palestinian minor from Jordan who applied to be registered in the Population Registry in the territories despite having passed age 16: The HCJ rejected the petition, and even saw fit to express its opinion regarding the Petitioner’s quality of life in Jordan as opposed to “the distress facing others in the current political...
Perpetual Limbo: Israel's Freeze on Unification of Palestinian Families in the Occupied Territories
HaMoked Report  |  1.7.2006
Second report by HaMoked and B'Tselem on Israel's policy which forces nuclear families in the Territories to live separately. The report focuses on Israel's policy since the second intifada, which freezes processing of family unification applications in the Territories, making the lives of thousands of Palestinian families impossible.
Following HaMoked's petition, the Court ordered the State to see to the registration of a Palestinian resident of the West Bank whom the State had refused to acknowledge as a resident due to bureaucratic failures: the Justices ruled that the Petitioner holds strong administrative evidence and it is difficult to understand why his application for status had not yet been approved
The State prevents Palestinian children living abroad to enter the West Bank, and thus impedes them from exercising their right to be registered according to law in the Palestinian registry of residents: As a result of petitions filed by HaMoked, the State agreed to allow the petitioning children to enter the West Bank. HaMoked continues to demand a major change in Israel’s policy on this issue (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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