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Australia is considering a visa for refugees Saudi Arabia
The case of the prior family who had fled Saudi Arabia Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun has been reviewed by the United Nations. The UNHCR has referred the case to Australia. There is a possible visa for the 18 tested-Year-old, whose escape had been taken with their family on Twitter for sympathy. the

Australia is considering to allow the front of your family refugees Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun a relocation. The basis of a recommendation of the United Nations, such as the Ministry of interior reported in a message from Wednesday. Accordingly, the United Nations refugee Agency (UNHCR) has transferred the case of Saudi Arabia for consideration in Australia. "The interior Ministry will consider this recommendation in the usual way, as it does in all UNHCR recommendations", - quotes Bloomberg from an opinion. Health Minister Greg Hunt had previously said that a visa on humanitarian grounds is to be examined for the 18-Year-old is "very, very, very seriously", if you get refugee status from the UNHCR.

The 18-year-old saudi Arabian citizen, was with her family in Kuwait, when they took from there the flight. She wanted to travel to Thailand to Australia to request asylum. A visa for Australia should you have already had. According to their own figures, they fled from domestic violence. After their escape, the parents informed the Saudi Embassy in Bangkok that their daughter had traveled without their consent abroad, and the young woman was still in the transit area on Saturday night, the Pass is removed, apparently by employees of the Saudi Embassy.

you barricaded himself in a Hotel, and has published calls on the Internet help. On Twitter, the young woman received great sympathy. There solid people-based rights activists and politicians with the 18-Year-old using the Hashtag #SaveRahaf.

stay Finally allowed Thailand to her, temporarily in the country. She was given into the care of UNHCR staff, while the application has been reviewed for refugee status. Saudi diplomats have told the Thai police that they have had to do with the case and no return requested. It was a pure family affair.

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