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Asylum seeker's missing papers shouldn't bar right to family life, Israeli court rules
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Wednesday, 11 September 2019
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Israelis should be allowed to pursue a family life in the country with the domestic partner of their choice, Tel Aviv District Court Judge Michal Agmon-Gonen wrote in her ruling. “Only in exceptional cases should that right be denied.” The process of obtaining residency or citizenship for a foreign partner usually takes years.


Posted originally: 2019-09-11 23:44:00

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