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  • ?What about the duties of the refugee towards the state

    The laws of the state in which they are present must be respected and should not violate these laws in any way and do not cause any threat to the security of the state in accordance with the laws of the state and prefer not to participate in any internal political activities of the state that granted the right of asylum to the possibility of being subjected to security questioning and harassment.
  • ?What are the duties of the state towards the refugee or refugee

    It is the duty of the State to harmonize the legal and humanitarian conditions of refugees as much as possible in accordance with the possibilities of each State, whether it is carrying out registration procedures on its own or in cooperation with the offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Essentially, it is the responsibility of the State not to return it to the country from which it has fled or to expel it.
  • ?What is the stage that comes after approval of asylum application

    After approval and registration with UNHCR, a refugee file is opened and receives a blue card and its validity period is 18 months renewable. For medical, in-kind or physical assistance, it is determined according to the circumstances of each case and according to the available means of the UNHCR
  • ?The length of time to approve the asylum application

    After applying for asylum and pending a decision on the application, UNHCR gives the person a yellow card indicating the status of the person as a refugee and with all personal data, which is equivalent to the ID card in Egypt. Due to the high pressure and increasing numbers in the current period, the decision to order may take from 3 to 6 months. In any case, the delay in deciding does not necessarily mean rejection of the application, and the Commission must be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
  • ?How can I apply to the Commission despite the absence of any official or official documents

    Due to the catastrophic conditions experienced by refugees and refugees and their forced displacement and permanent mobility, some may enter the country with a large part of their identity papers being lost, but in any case they can deal with UNHCR, which cooperates with many agencies to verify and verify their data.
  • To apply to the Commission with a formal request despite entering the country illegally

    The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) or one of its offices does not punish or blame people for illegal entry into the country. It is important to be present on state land, but it does not accept that any false papers are submitted.
  • ?What should I do after arriving at the country of asylum or transit

    Apply for asylum or refugee status at the earliest practical opportunity after you arrive. In most countries, most authorities consider the significant delay in applying for asylum to be an indication that you are not actually afraid to return to your home country. Since arriving in the target country, we recommend that you contact a refugee and immigration legal organization and assist you in the process of taking asylum, refugee status or other papers.  We also advise you to contact UNHCR, this UN agency is responsible for refugee protection and many UNHCR offices will help you get the information you need to apply for asylum UNHCR will often help you if you want to avoid deportation in some countries
  • ?What should I do after arriving at the country of asylum or transit

    Apply for asylum or refugee status at the earliest practical opportunity after you arrive. In most countries, most authorities consider the significant delay in applying for asylum to be an indication that you are not actually afraid to return to your home country. Since you arrive in the target country, we recommend that you contact a refugee and immigration legal organization. These organizations can help you in the process of taking asylum, refugee status or other cases. We also recommend that you contact UNHCR, the United Nations Is responsible for refugee protection. It can help you get the information you need to apply for asylum or help you in other ways in the transit countries. Most of the time UNHCR is the one who should help you if you want to avoid deportation. In some countries, UNHCR and other agencies are assisting in material needs such as housing security.
  • ?Can I ask for asylum in any country

    Not all countries have an independent asylum application system. Some countries (often in America and Europe) have an asylum system that can help you obtain and give you a local legal system and other rights if you are eligible. In most of the "global south", asylum systems are administered by the UNHCR. If UNHCR recognizes you as a refugee, you will probably avoid deportation and may be resettled. In some countries, the option of asylum or refugee status are not realistic. You have to investigate the situation in the state where you will go before leaving
  • ?How are refugees protected under international law

    The specific legal regime that protects refugees' rights is referred to as "international refugee protection." The rationale behind the need for this regime is that refugees are people in particular who have access to protection and that asylum-seekers and refugees lack protection in their own country. Article 14 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirms the right of everyone to seek and receive asylum. However, the concept of asylum was not clearly defined at the international level until the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees was adopted by the 1951 Convention and mandated by UNHCR to oversee its implementation. The 1951 Convention and its 1967 Protocol, as well as regional legal instruments such as the 1969 OAU Convention Governing the Various Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa, are the basic foundation of the modern refugee protection system because they contain a comprehensive definition of refugees and also incorporate the rights and basic duties of refugees. The provisions of the 1951 Convention continue to be the primary international norm on the basis of which the measures taken to protect refugees, their treatment and the most important provisions of the 1951 Convention are based on the principle of non-refoulement provided for in article 33, which is the basis of the Statute. In accordance with this principle, refugees must not be expelled or returned to Their lives and freedom are endangered and States bear the primary responsibility for such protection. UNHCR works closely with, guides and supports Governments when needed to carry out their responsibilities.
  • ?What are the unique characteristics of a refugee

    International law specifically identifies and protects refugees. Refugees are persons living outside their country of origin because of fear of persecution, conflict, violence or other conditions seriously endangering public security and, as a result, require "international protection". They often live in intolerable and dangerous conditions that cause them to cross national borders in search of security in neighboring countries. They are recognized internationally as "refugees" and receive assistance from States, UNHCR and relevant organizations. They are particularly recognized because their return poses a threat to them, and they therefore need refuge elsewhere. These are people who may be held to prevent them from resorting to deadly consequences.
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