1954 STATELESSNESS CONVENTION PDF

The Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons is a United Nations multilateral treaty that aims to protect stateless individuals. The Commentary to the Convention contains frequent references to stateless persons, Since the Refugee Convention came into force on April 22, , the . The Convention was adopted by the United Nations Conference on the Status . holders are stateless persons under the Convention of 28th September “.

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Reservation to Article 24, paragraph 3: The provisions of article 24, paragraph 1, under which stateless persons are in certain cases placed on the same footing as nationals, shall not oblige Denmark to statelesssness stateless persons in every case exactly the same remuneration as that provided by law for nationals, but only to grant them what is required for their support. Article 24, paragraph 1 b shall be applied to the statelessnesd provided by the national legislation of the Czech Republic.

Any need for the documents or certificates mentioned in paragraph 2 of that article would be met by affidavit. With reference to the application of Article 31 of the Convention, Romania reserves its right to expel a stateless person staying lawfully on its territory whenever the stateless person committed an offence, subject to the provisions of the legislation in force.

Madagascar denounced its accession made ineffective 2 April A national status, Temporary Humanitarian Protection New, has been created to acknowledge the integration efforts of undocumented migrants including stateless persons, where relevant by offering, inter alia, access to the labour market, health services and protection from removal, yet — to date — it remains unregulated and quite discretionary. The reservations reproduced herein are new reservations, which were made subject to the provisions of article 39 2 of the Convention.

Malta has neither signed nor ratified any of the two international statelessness conventions, resulting in a national context that does not recognise, identify or grant rights to stateless persons.

The reservation made upon accession read as follows: This article will not be binding on Sweden. Reservation to Article New York CityUnited States.

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The provisions of this paragraph will not be binding on Sweden. Article 23 of the Convention shall be applied to the extent provided by the national legislation of the Czech Republic. The Government of Fiji cannot undertake to give effect to the obligations contained in paragraphs 1 and 2 of article 25 and can only undertake statelessnesa apply the stateelssness of paragraph conventin so far as the law allows.

Like us on Facebook Follow us on twitter Sign up. Reservation to Article 24, paragraph 1, subparagraph b and Article 24, paragraph stateleswness Furthermore, the provisions of Article 8 shall not affect the treatment to be accorded to any property or interests which at the date of entry into force of this Convention for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are under the control of the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland by reason of a state of war which exists or existed between them and any other State.

The law prevents statelessness in cases of adopted children and new-born foundlings whose parents remain unidentified. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. In a communication received on 5 Marchthe Government of Sweden notified the Secretary-General of the withdrawal of its reservation to article 7, paragraph 2, of the Convention.

The December newsletter edition includes an interview with Such notification will contain the reservations, if any, which the Government of the Netherlands Antilles might wish to make with respect to local requirements in accordance with article 38 of the Convention. New York, 28 September Vincent and the Grenadines Reservation: Sweden does not consider itself obliged to cause a Swedish authority, in lieu of a foreign authority, to deliver certificates for the issuance of which there is insufficient documentation in Sweden.

Of significance, the Declaration at Article 15 affirms that:. Whilst the former practice was largely reduced following the mentioned reform, stateless persons remain at risk of arbitrary detention since their statelessness is not a juridically relevant factor in the assessment as to whether detention may and ought to be imposed in pre-removal scenarios. Unless otherwise indicated, the declarations and reservations were made upon ratification, accession or succession.

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Acceding to the Convention we declare the following: Furthermore the provisions of article 8 shall not affect the treatment to be accorded to any property or interests which at the date of entry into force of this Convention in respect of Lesotho were under the control of the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or of the Government of Lesotho by reason of a state of war which existed between them and any other State.

Article 27 will not be applied. Reservation 3 constitutes a new reservation, which was made subject to the provisions of article 39 2 of the Convention.

Our current advocacy efforts are focusing on urging the ratification of the Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons, as 1945 will provide a basis for establishing a statelessness determination procedure and for gathering national population data that is inclusive of stateless persons. Mexico 15 Mexico 15 Reservations: The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2.

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Honduras signs the present Convention with the reservation that the expression “treatment as favourable as possible”, referred to in those of its provisions to which reservations may be made, must not be understood to include the special treatment which has been or may be granted to the nationals of Spain, the Latin American countries in general, and in particular to the countries which constituted the United Provinces of Central America and now form the Organization of Central American States.

The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho shall not be bound under article 31 to grant to a stateless person a status more favourable than that accorded to aliens generally.

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