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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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Syria: Treatment of former members of the Iraqi Ba'ath party on return to Syria; treatment of children of political opponents of the regime on return after exile

9 July 2009 | Publisher: Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD) | Document type: Query Responses

Iraq: 1. What is the racial, tribal and religious demography of Nasiriyah? 2. How are returnees from the West, particularly in Nasiriyah, treated? Are they viewed as collaborators or targeted for their wealth? 3. How are returnees from Iran treated, with particular reference to Nasiriyah? 4. What is the process for returnees regaining their citizenship? 5. What is the process for returnees regaining their property? 6. What is the current security situation in Nasiriyah with particular reference to extremists such as Zarqawi? 7. Who are the insurgents targeting? 8. Please provide information on the extent of polygamous marriages amongst Shias in Iraq and Iraqi communities in Iran. 9. Please provide information on Abdul Hassan Al Draib, a senior member of the Baath party

28 June 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Iraq: 1. I would like to get some up-to-date information on the security situation in and around Najaf, including information on insurgent activity. Any available information in relation to the situation in Najaf in the following areas would also be appreciated: 2. Attitudes towards returnees (from the west and from Iran) and 3. The level of support for Moqtada al Sadr and Mehdi Army

23 June 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Iraq: 1. Please provide an update of the general security situation within Iraq, and particularly in Baghdad, and the effectiveness of the Interim Government. 2. What is the current strength of former supporters of Saddam/Ba'athists? 3. Who are their main targets? 4. What is the current strength of Islamic extremists such as the al-Sadr militants? 5. Who are their main targets? 6. How effective are the security forces in providing protection to potential targets? 7. Is there any evidence that returning refugees are being targeted because they are seen as supporters of the Coalition occupation or for other reasons eg wealth? 8. Are there any reports of insurgents - Baathist, Sunni or Shia - targeting Iraqis who have returned from the West because they are deemed "collaborators"? 9. By what means are Iraqi returnees transported from neighbouring countries to Baghdad? 10. Have there been any reports of employees of transport companies providing information about their passengers to insurgents or any other non-State organisation within Iraq?

18 March 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Iraq: Information on the treatment upon return to Iraq of returnees who have left Iraq legally and stayed abroad for more than a year but who have not contacted Iraqi diplomatic missions (they still have valid passports), and information on whether the treatment would differ if the returnees were Assyrians or if those returnees had pleaded guilty to harbouring deserters and Iraqi army weapons and promised but failed to return the weapons in their possession before leaving Iraq

1 December 1994 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

1) Treatment of Iraqi citizens who overstay the approved period abroad; 2) Treatment of returnees to Iraq; 3) Treatment of draft evaders; 4) Current human rights situation in Iraq (Since the end of 1988)

1 July 1989 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

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