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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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China: 1. Are there any reported instances of selective enforcement of the PFP Law? 2. Are there any reported instances of unduly harsh punishment for breaches of the PFP Law? 3. Are Hebei Population and Family Planning implementation details (Promulgated 14 September 2004, Effective 1 November 2004) and Hebei Population and Family Planning Ordinance (Promulgated 18 July 2003, Effective 1 October 2003) still current? 4. Deleted.

29 April 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. If the children of Chinese nationals are born overseas, do the children automatically have Chinese nationality, or is it necessary for them to be registered in order to obtain nationality? 2. CX252081 indicates that there is currently an amnesty on household registration for children born out of wedlock. What treatment would such children now face if they returned to China? 3. Would a second child also born in Australia be exempt from the family planning laws if both parents were students?

27 April 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. What are the requirements on Chinese citizens staying temporarily at addresses other than where their household is registered, to obtain permits or certificates for their temporary stay? 2. Is it known when such regulations came into force? 3. Are there reports of a program of checks being carried out concerning temporary residence permits in Gaoshan Town or in Fujian Province generally in September/October 2008?

21 April 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. What is the status of Han Chinese living in Urumqi? Is there information in relation to whether a Han Chinese family would receive protection from the authorities if harassed by Uighurs? 2. Is it possible for a Han Chinese person with a Hukou registered in XUAR to return there at the present time? 3. Is there information regarding discrimination against Han Chinese from XUAR in other parts of China? 4. If a husband's Hukou is registered in Fujian province, are his Han Chinese wife from XUAR and her baby (born in Australia) entitled to live there? 5. Would a couple now be considered to be legally married in China, if their overseas marriage occurred when they were both 20 (below the marriageable age in China) and their child was born when they were 21? What ramifications might this have on the wife's ability to register a Hukou in the husband's province (Fujian)?

21 April 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: Validity periods of passports issued within China and abroad, particularly in 2001; whether validity periods are consistent on all passports issued within China and through embassies

13 April 2011 | Publisher: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Deleted. 2. Deleted. 3. What official avenues would be available to a small business person being stood over by corrupt police, to complain about that? If there is a procuratorate system, please provide information as to what that consists of in Liupanshui City or for Guizhou province

12 April 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: Treatment of North Koreans

28 March 2011 | Publisher: Ireland: Refugee Documentation Centre | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Is there a border crossing between Yanji and North Korea? 2. Are Chinese nationals who are also ethnic Korean able to freely come and go across the border? 3. Would a Chinese national who is ethnic Korean have to register his presence in North Korea with local authorities if staying a few nights with a North Korean family? 4. Would it be even possible for a Chinese national to stay with a family in North Korea without applying for permission beforehand? Would that person be closely watched by security officials while there? 5. How would North Korean officials react to a Chinese national being found with the Bible and suspected of trying to evangelise North Koreans? Would that result in a detention of only 3 days or deportation or something more serious? 6. Are there many North Korean defectors living in this part of Jilin province? 7. What is their status - are they considered as illegal immigrants or are they tolerated by Chinese authorities? 8. Is there a lot of missionary activity by South Korean Christians or church ministers in that area? Is their presence in that area tolerated by Chinese authorities?

28 March 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. What is the penalty for the first child? 2. What is the penalty for the second child? 3. Could the parents get valid passports in Australia on the basis of ID documents only? 4. If the parents marry now, could they avoid the social compensation fee for the first child?

25 February 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Are those who practice Falun Gong in their home likely to be detained by the police? 2. Please describe authorities' treatment of Falun Gong practitioners. 3. Please provide any information available on whether this treatment is different in Jiangsu Province

21 February 2011 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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