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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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Algeria: Whether there existed an "Interdiction de quitter le territoire national" (National Travel Ban) in Algeria between 1992 to 1994; what persons would be forbidden to travel outside Algeria, specifically whether police officers would not be permitted to travel outside Algeria during the 1992-1994 period; whether the government issued passports to persons not permitted to travel outside Algeria; whether a passport is revoked if the bearer is subsequently forbidden to travel for some reason; what measures were in place to monitor exit controls by persons subject to controls (1992-1994)

8 May 2006 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algeria: Please outline the demography in Kabylia and in the rest of Algeria (including Algiers), with reference to 1. the Berber population, 2. Berber religious affiliation (Muslim, Christian and other), and 3. identifying Berber cultural features and practices (beyond language). 4. What is the current security situation in Kabylia/Tizi-Ouzou? 5. What are the form and extent of current Berber political/cultural campaigns? 6. Is there any background on the 'Citizen's Movement', post-2001, including its significance as a vehicle for the rights movement and its treatment by authorities? 7. Is there any background on the cultural organisation 'Azru Medyazen', including whether it may attract adverse attention from the authorities? 8. Are there reports of the authorities mistreating Berbers generally? 9. Are there reports of the authorities mistreating Berbers for mere membership of political or cultural groups, or for other reasons? 10. What is the level of violence from Arab Muslims and/or 'Islamic terrorist groups' in Kabylia, specifically against the Berber population generally? 11. What is the level of violence from Arab Muslims and/or 'Islamic terrorist groups' in Kabylia, specifically against Berber Christians and those who associate with them? 12. What is the level of violence from Arab Muslims and/or 'Islamic terrorist groups' in Kabylia, specifically against non-strict Muslims? 13. To what extent do the authorities protect Berbers from attacks from Arab Muslims? 14. Regarding homosexuality, advice is requested regarding legal sanctions. 15. Regarding homosexuality, advice is requested regarding societal attitudes, and other relevant considerations (such as the extent of facilities and support groups). 16. Are there legal, practical or other constraints to a Berber living in another part of Algeria, such as Algiers? 17. Do Algerians have any rights of entry and residence in neighbouring countries such as Egypt and Tunisia? 18. Are there reports on failed asylum seekers returning to Algeria attracting adverse attention from the authorities?

31 October 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Algérie : traitement réservé par les autorités et par les groupes armés actifs aux amnistiés algériens et à leur famille, y compris les anciens sympathisants du Front islamique du salut (FIS) qui retourneraient au pays après plusieurs années d'absence; protection offerte par l'État (mai 2000 - juillet 2005)

12 July 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algeria: Treatment by authorities and by active armed groups of amnestied Algerians and their families, including former sympathizers of the Islamic Salvation Front (Front islamique du salut, FIS) who were returning to the country after several years of absence; state protection (May 2000 - July 2005)

12 July 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algeria: Follow-up to DZA43564.FE of 18 May 2005 on procedures followed by the army in cases of desertion; whether deserters are being ordered to report by the gendarmerie; time allowed to respond to such orders, if applicable; whether the reason for desertion appears on the order to report; the current situation of deserters (January 2005 - May 2005)

7 June 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algeria: Obligations regarding military service and the reserve; the possibility of obtaining an exemption or stay, including the procedures to follow (May 2001 - June 2005)

7 June 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algérie : suivi de DZA43564.F du 18 mai 2005 sur les procédures suivies par l'armée en cas de désertion; information permettant de savoir si les déserteurs sont convoqués par la gendarmerie; le cas échéant, les délais de convocation; si le motif de désertion figure sur l'avis de convocation; la situation actuelle des déserteurs (janvier 2005-mai 2005)

7 June 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algérie : information sur les obligations liées au service militaire et à la réserve, étapes ainsi que dispenses et sursis offerts (y compris les démarches à suivre) (mai 2001 - juin 2005)

7 June 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algérie : information sur la régularisation du service militaire; démarches à suivre en Algérie ou dans une ambassade à l'étranger; documents exigés; conséquences de ne pas respecter les délais pour la régularisation; possibilité de régularisation pour les personnes faisant l'objet d'un avis de recherche pour avoir évité le service national; documents délivrés par les autorités aux personnes ayant régularisé leur situation; possibilité d'obtenir certains documents officiels, notamment le passeport, si l'on a pas régularisé sa situation à l'égard du service national (mai 2005)

25 May 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Algeria: Regularization of military service status, including the process followed in Algeria or at an embassy abroad; documents required; consequences of failing to comply with the deadlines for regularization; the possibility of regularization for individuals subject to a wanted notice for avoiding national service; documents issued by the authorities to people who have regularized their status; the possibility of obtaining certain official documents, including a passport, if a person's national service status has not been regularized (May 2005)

25 May 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

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