2015

Published 21/12/2015   Court cases Asylum/protection Statements
The case was heard in a plenary session with 19 justices present. It concerned an asylum case involving internal relocation for a family from Afghanistan.
Published 10/11/2015   Statements Long-staying children
All of the deported families with children have now received an answer to their requests for reversal.
Published 09/11/2015   Court cases Statements
Is the child’s connection to Norway significant to the consideration of whether internal relocation is unreasonable? Is the court able to review this matter in full? These are some of the issues to be considered by the Supreme Court.
Published 17/09/2015   Suspension of return Statements
The Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) finds that there is no longer a basis for a general suspension of the duty to return to parts of Iraq.
Published 17/09/2015   Suspension of return Statements
The Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) reverses the suspension of the duty to return to Tripoli, while the suspension is upheld for other areas of Libya.
Published 02/09/2015   Long-staying children Statements
As of 21 Sept. 15, 15 deported families with children had received an answer to their requests for reversal, of whom - four families with children have been granted a residence permit in Norway - eleven families with children have had their applications rejected after consideration in board hearings
Published 30/07/2015   Long-staying children Statements
The immigration authorities have been in contact with all the deported families with children.
Published 22/07/2015   Long-staying children Statements
In most of the cases, the Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) has not received sufficient information to decide the cases, but the families have stated that they will send more information later.
Published 02/07/2015   Long-staying children Statements
In most of the cases, there is insufficient information for the Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) to decide the cases, but the families have stated that they will send more information later.