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without nationality or citizenship

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Kuwait has been looking into ways to address the issue of the approximately 105,000 stateless residents who have been seeking Kuwaiti citizenship as well as civil and social rights that they do not have given their "illegal" status.
Japarov reminded that a foreign citizen or a stateless person can not be extradited from the territory of the country, if they lose their identity documents.
In particular, by the order of the Justice Ministry, amendments and additions were made to the directive on notarial acts, according to which foreign citizens and stateless persons have to purchase residential property in a new building for at least 600 million soums in order to obtain a residence permit in the Tashkent region.
The Rohingya have been the ultimate nowhere people since 1982, when a Burmese law rendered them stateless, with the government arguing that they are Bengali.
Grant protection status and facilitate the naturalization of refugees and stateless persons; (5.
Refugees and stateless foreigners could soon be allowed to work in the country even without the necessary permit from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), under its new regulation.
But stateless minorities, like the Rohingya, often suffer from entrenched discrimination and a systematic denial of their rights, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said Friday on the launch of the report, This Is Our Home: Stateless minorities and their search for citizenship.
I take no pleasure in pointing out that the stateless nations of Europe are on their own as they struggle for power against their respective state capitals.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that there are at least ten million stateless persons globally, (1) and efforts to map stateless populations have identified significant challenges related to statelessness in every region of the world.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) strongly condemned the government of Bahrain's increasing use of citizenship revocation as a tool to punish political dissent, rendering many people stateless, thus leaving them vulnerable to human rights violations.
Summary: The dilemma of stateless Lebanese children should be fixed through legislative solutions and a new personal status law.
Despite being confident she would be able to hurdle the cases questioning her citizenship and residency, Poe admitted she was hurt by Elamparo's assertion that she should be considered stateless and therefore not qualified to run for president.
At least 70,000 stateless children are born every year -- or about one every 10 minutes -- the United Nations said, in a report released Tuesday.
Cyprus has its fair share of the world's ten million stateless persons but no one knows how many that might be, a conference on the issue in Nicosia heard on Wednesday.