|Hungary: 1. What is the residency/citizenship status of Jews upon arrival following migration to Israel? What are the military service obligations for new Jewish migrants to Israel? 2. Does military service for a male migrant to Israel in his mid-30s indicate citizenship or permanent residency? 3. Would desertion from the Israeli Army lead to a loss of citizenship or permanent residency? 4. Deleted.|
|Child Soldiers Global Report 2004 - Hungary|
|Hungary/France: Follow-up to ZZZ39755.E of 13 September 2002 on desertion from the French Foreign Legion|
|Hungary: Follow-up to HUN38909.E of 23 April 2002 on whether homosexuals are prohibited from military service (May 2002)|
|Hungary: Follow-up to HUN22380.E of 23 November 1995 on alternative military service; penalties for failure to respond to a call-up notice; scope of exemptions, including exemption for medical reasons; appeal mechanism available to an individual who disputes a refusal to exempt him from service (2002)|
|Hungary: Whether homosexuals are prohibited from military service in Hungary (2001-April 2002)|
|Hungary: Update to HUN2602 of 19 October 1989 on whether Hungarians carry an identity card which states that the bearer has completed the required military service, and any penalties for taking this document out of the country|
In the case of applicant ZT, represented by attorney Lilla Farkas, against the Refugee Directorate of the Office of Immigration and Nationality, requesting the judicial review of the decision taken in the refugee status determination procedure, as a result of appeal no. 3 submitted by OIN against the decision of the Municipal Court dated 4 October
Unofficial translation by UNHCR Budapest. The Supreme Court upheld the <a href="?docid=40d05cb05&page=search">decision</a> of the Municipal Court dated 4 October 2000.
April 2001 | Judicial Body: Hungary: Supreme Court | Document type: Case Law | Topic(s): Military service / Conscientious objection / Desertion / Draft evasion / Forced conscription - Persecution based on political opinion | Countries: Hungary - Serbia
|Child Soldiers Global Report 2001 - Hungary|
In Non-Litigious Procedure - Initiated by the Applicant Represented by Attorney Dr. Lilla Farkas Against the Office for Immigration and Nationality of MOI Represented by XY
Unofficial translation by UNHCR Budapest. The Supreme Court of Hungary upheld the decision in its <a href="?docid=47fdfacf0&page=search">judgment</a> dated April 2001.
4 October 2000 | Judicial Body: Hungary: Municipal Court of Budapest | Document type: Case Law | Topic(s): Military service / Conscientious objection / Desertion / Draft evasion / Forced conscription - Persecution based on political opinion | Countries: Hungary - Serbia