|Kuwait: 1. What (a) legal penalties and (b) societal punishment apply to Kuwaiti converts from Islam to Christianity in Kuwait? 2. Are converts to evangelical forms of Christianity treated differently? 3. How are failed asylum seekers treated on return to Kuwait? 4. Are failed asylum seekers who sought protection on the grounds of their religious conversion treated differently?|
R (on the application of AS) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department
Application for judicial review.
17 January 2011 | Judicial Body: United Kingdom: High Court (England and Wales) | Document type: Case Law | Topic(s): Bedoon - Credibility assessment - Fresh / New claim - Refugee status determination (RSD) / Asylum procedures - Rejected asylum-seekers - Statelessness - Statelessness | Countries: Kuwait - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
|Kuwait: 1. Does Kuwaiti law impose a penalty on failed asylum seekers? Are failed asylum seekers penalised in any other way? 2. Are legal penalties imposed for the destruction of Kuwaiti passports or for the use of false passports? Are the penalties any different for stateless persons resident in Kuwait? 3. Would a stateless Bidoon be able to obtain a replacement passport and re-enter Kuwait? 4. What restrictions are currently placed on stateless Bidoons resident in Kuwait? Has the human rights situation for stateless Bidoons deteriorated in Kuwait in recent years?|
|Kuwait: Treatment upon return of failed asylum claimants (December 1994 to February 1999)|