Sponsored Links
MAALMUHU WEY
AFLAAN CUSUB
ADIGA DARTAA
DIIMAHA CARUURTAADA
ARRIMAHA BULSHADA
KULANKA XAMDI
II WAD SHEEKADA
DOOD WADAAG
HELP YATEEM
MUSALSAL CEYNI
MUSALSAL NUURA
XAASKA AFARAAD
XIKMADII JACEYLKA
DABINKII DUMARKA 2
FADA QALBUHA ABYADH
XUB FIL SAXARA
FOOL KA FOOL
WARKA DAAWO
MUSALSAL CAASI
MUSALSAL ZUHEYLA
Login
Username

Password



Not a member yet?
Click here to register.

Forgotten your password?
Request a new one here.
 

Primary content on this page
President Kenyatta signs controversial anti-terror bill amid criticism
20-12-2014

Suspended prison sentences in Finland’s first terrorism case
20-12-2014

Pastor in Kenya Fears His Life Is in Imminent Danger from Islamic Extremists
20-12-2014

Pierce County man gets 25 years for 2009 slaying of cab driver
20-12-2014

Al-Shabaab magazine attempts to justify violent jihad
20-12-2014

In Kansas City, the close-knit Somali community is jarred by a teen’s death
20-12-2014

NDP's Faisal Hassan, Running for Etobicoke North Nomination
20-12-2014

Great expectations await Somalia's new prime minister
20-12-2014

Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
19-12-2014

Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
19-12-2014

Family reunification allowed to Somali man, Supreme Court rules
The State is entitled to cite financial costs as a reason for refusing refugees the right to bring family members to live with them in the State, the Supreme Court has ruled.

However, a Somali man whose family reunification application was refused is entitled to bring in his mother and young sister because the refusal was outside the range of proportionate decisions open to the Minister for Justice, the five-judge court also ruled.

Mr Justice Frank Clarke, giving the unanimous judgment, dismissed an appeal by the Minister against a High Court decision quashing the refusal. The High Court had found the automatic entitlement of certain family members to reunification under section 18 of the 1996 Refugee Act could not be refused on the basis the people involved would be dependent on the State for financial support.

The High Court also found no lawful or proper proportionality assessment of the “burden of supporting dependants” had taken place. The 29-year-old came as an asylum seeker in 2007 and later sought reunification with members of his family including his wife, daughter, mother and four of his siblings.

 
Primary content on this page
President Kenyatta signs controversial anti-terror bill amid criticism
20-12-2014

Suspended prison sentences in Finland’s first terrorism case
20-12-2014

Pastor in Kenya Fears His Life Is in Imminent Danger from Islamic Extremists
20-12-2014

Pierce County man gets 25 years for 2009 slaying of cab driver
20-12-2014

Al-Shabaab magazine attempts to justify violent jihad
20-12-2014

In Kansas City, the close-knit Somali community is jarred by a teen’s death
20-12-2014

NDP's Faisal Hassan, Running for Etobicoke North Nomination
20-12-2014

Great expectations await Somalia's new prime minister
20-12-2014

Barkhad Abdi Of ‘Captain Phillips’ Fame Back On The Big Screen In 2015
19-12-2014

Somali charged with double attempted murder placed under bill of indictment
19-12-2014






DOWLADA UK
HOOYGII JACEYLKA
MARONA CLARA
QIYAAMO MUSALSAL
YOUTUBE CHANNEL
WAAN KU JECLAHAY
GABAR UUR LEH
RIYADA CARUURTA
WIXII UGU DAMBEEYAY
MARIA CLARA
JACEYLKA
DABINKII DUMARKA
SANADIHII LUMAY
SANADIHII LUMAY
Render time: 0.03 seconds 2,284,964 unique visits Top