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Query Responses

Query responses are replies to focused queries or requests for Information that are submitted in the course of the refugee status determination process.
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Indonesia: 1. Can a stateless person (and therefore without travel documents), who was born in Indonesia and is now eligible to apply for Indonesian citizenship, apply for citizenship from Australia? 2. If so, what are the procedures that such a person must follow? 3. Is a stateless person, who was born in Indonesia and who resided in Indonesia for two decades, entitled to permanent residency in Indonesia while awaiting the outcome of their citizenship application? 4.Can a stateless person, who may be eligible for Indonesian citizenship, be issued with travel documents in order to return to Indonesia, while their application is being processed?

6 May 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please provide information outlining the current situation in Aceh. 2. Please advise the situation in relation to past supporters of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM), and their return to the area? 3. Please advise if there are any reports of locals returning from Australia who are then targeted by criminal gangs due to a perception of those persons now being wealthy? 4. Please provide information on the current situation of Acehnese living in Medan, North Sumatra, and whether any impediments exist that restrict Acehnese from taking up residence in Medan. If the situation in Medan appears unsuitable for Acehnese please also provide information on the current situation for Acehnese in Jakarta as well as possible restrictions on residency

6 May 2008 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: Information on (1) the purposes of the Indonesian citizenship card other than the identification of citizens, including its period of validity and whether a married woman requires her husband's signature on the application form in order to be listed as "married" on the citizenship card; (2) on whether Indonesian authorities issue an "intervisa" to the foreign-born child of an Indonesian woman so that both can (re)enter Indonesia; (3) on whether an Indonesian woman married to a foreigner can obtain permanent residence rights for her foreign-born child in Indonesia without her husband being present in Indonesia; (4) on whether the foreign husband and foreign-born child of an Indonesian woman who has returned to Indonesia can be granted special entry into Indonesia without having passports and whether the authorities would grant them permanent residence rights on the grounds that the wife/mother is Indonesian, and (5) on whether the Indonesian authorities would give consideration to the case of permanent residency of a foreign husband (of an Indonesian woman) who entered the country illegally, on the grounds that his wife and foreign-born child reside in Indonesia, or whether he would be eligible to claim asylum in Indonesia

1 January 1998 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

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