Title Ethiopia: 1. Does the possession of a passport suffice to establish that a person has a legally enforceable right to enter and reside in Ethiopia? If a person obtained a genuine passport through the payment of a bribe, is there any country information to indicate that they might experience problems in re-entering Ethiopia? 2. Does a person who was born in Eritrea and resided there until 1997 have a right to enter and reside in Eritrea?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 19 July 2012
Country Ethiopia
Topics Entry / Exit | Eritreans | Passports
Citation / Document Symbol ETH40518
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Ethiopia: 1. Does the possession of a passport suffice to establish that a person has a legally enforceable right to enter and reside in Ethiopia? If a person obtained a genuine passport through the payment of a bribe, is there any country information to indicate that they might experience problems in re-entering Ethiopia? 2. Does a person who was born in Eritrea and resided there until 1997 have a right to enter and reside in Eritrea?, 19 July 2012, ETH40518, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/50f92ffd2.html [accessed 25 April 2014]
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