Title Jordan: 1. What rights of residence do stateless Palestinians have in Jordan? 2. Would a Palestinian having a two year Travel Document, which has expired, be likely to still have a right of return to Jordan? 3. What is the situation of stateless Palestinians without a political profile in Jordan? 4. Is there any information to suggest that a stateless Palestinian Muslim who converts to Catholicism would face ill-treatment by Islamic groups? 5. What access to healthcare and/or hospitals do stateless Palestinians have in Jordan?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 17 November 2010
Country Jordan
Topics Christian | Muslim | Palestinian | Right to return | Statelessness
Citation / Document Symbol JOR37694
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Jordan: 1. What rights of residence do stateless Palestinians have in Jordan? 2. Would a Palestinian having a two year Travel Document, which has expired, be likely to still have a right of return to Jordan? 3. What is the situation of stateless Palestinians without a political profile in Jordan? 4. Is there any information to suggest that a stateless Palestinian Muslim who converts to Catholicism would face ill-treatment by Islamic groups? 5. What access to healthcare and/or hospitals do stateless Palestinians have in Jordan?, 17 November 2010, JOR37694, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4df9dfd12.html [accessed 21 April 2014]
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