Mustafa Hasan wins in case against Norway’s Immigration Appeals Board in district court

Mustafa HasanPhoto: Terje Bendiksby / NTB
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The Immigration Appeals Board’s (UNE) decision to expel Mustafa Hasan from Norway has been ruled invalid by the Oslo District Court. The UNE will re-examine his case.

Hasan came to Norway with his family in 2008 and received a temporary residence permit. 

After four years in Norway, his residence permit was withdrawn, and when Hasan turned 18 in 2020, he received a final deportation decision.

The Immigration Appeals Board has announced that they will reconsider the case if Mustafa Hasan wins the case in court.

Case background

The differential treatment between Mustafa and his one-year older brother Abdel was the background for the lawsuit

The brothers came to Norway from Jordan in 2008 together with their mother and two other brothers and received a temporary residence permit. 

After four years, however, the permit was withdrawn because their mother, originally Palestinian but married in Jordan, had stated that she came from Palestine. 

The mother and two older brothers have been sent out of the country.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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