Otu esi etinye akwụkwọ maka mgbapu na Venezuela

Otu esi etinye akwụkwọ maka mgbapu na Venezuela

To apply for asylum in Venezuela, you can get it at the border, airport, or a local migration agency. You can present evidence that identifies you and supports your case. Each adult individual in your family usually has to make an asylum application. In some countries, you also have a short screening interview.

For people seeking details on how to apply for asylum in Venezuela, UNHCR has set up a website for help. Click here to get Enyemaka. Also, you can get help at:

You can look for emails and addresses by clicking on the list above.

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Who can apply for asylum in Venezuela

Nwere ike itinye akwụkwọ maka mgbapu onye ọ bụla nwere:

  • Fear persecution based on ethnicity, social group, gender, race, religion, nationality, or political beliefs; you can’t get protection from your home country because you’re outside.

  • You had to leave your country or current residence because your safety, freedom, or life was at risk due to widespread violence, foreign aggression or occupation, terrorism, internal conflicts, massive human rights violations, or any other severe disruption of public order.

Ọzọkwa, gụọ How to Seek asylum for Venezuelans.

Nkọwa nkenke nke ndị gbara ọsọ ndụ bụ

Ndị a na-ewere dị ka ndị gbara ọsọ ndụ bụ ndị a manyere ịhapụ ebe obibi ha ma ọ bụ ebe obibi na-adịgide adịgide maka:

  • Egwu nke mmegwara n'ihi nkwenye mmadụ, agbụrụ, okike, usoro mmekọahụ, obodo, ma ọ bụ ihe nchọpụta ndị ọzọ.

  • Ma ọ bụ n'ihi ime ihe ike juru ebe niile, mbuso agha mba ọzọ, esemokwu n'ime, oke mmebi nke ikike mmadụ, ma ọ bụ ọnọdụ ndị ọzọ mebiri usoro ọha na eze nke ukwuu wee tinye ihe ize ndụ nye ndụ, nchekwa, ma ọ bụ nnwere onwe ya.

Who is not eligible for refugee status

Ndị na-:

  • Have committed a serious crime
  • Had committed a crime outside the asylum country before being welcomed as refugees.
  • Commit violations of the charter and purposes of the United Nations.

How to get asylum in Venezuela

To apply for asylum in Venezuela, you can get it at the border, airport, or a local migration agency. First, you can contact:

  • National Commission for Refugees (CONARE) in Caracas, Guasdualito, San Cristóbal, Maracaibo, or Ciudad Guayana, and submit your request.

  • Also, you can reach out to organizations like the Ombudsman, UNHCR, HIAS, RET, NRC, or SJR for help with the process.

Lelee weebụsaịtị Ebe a.

The next step is waiting for an answer.

Mgbe CONARE gets your application, they must give you a temporary document that says you are trying to become a refugee. This paper lets you stay in Venezuela legally until CONARE makes a decision about whether or not to recognize your position as a refugee.

Recognition of refugee status

If CONARE agrees that you are a refugee, you will get authorization that gives you the same rights as other outsiders in Venezuela. This document will let you work and move around anywhere in the country.

Kedu ihe ga - eme ma ọ bụrụ na ajụọ arịrịọ mgbapu

If your application for refugee status is denied, you have 15 days to appeal to CONARE; if you do, your provisional document will be extended until the appeal is resolved.

Asylum seekers in Venezuela: The rights

As a Venezuelan refugee, what are your rights?

  • Refugees in Venezuela have the same rights as other foreign residents, with some limitations based on the country’s laws and Constitution.

  • Not suffering penalties for illegal Ụzọ mbata.

  • Gain access to the refugee assessment procedure.

  • Not be treated differently because of their race, gender, religion, political views, or where they come from.

  • Having respect for the family.

  • Religious and associational freedoms.

  • Access to the legal system, health care, education, and employment.

Check the Decree of the National Assembly of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

When your rights are violated

Mgbe ole:

  • You were turned away at the border because you need international protection.
  • To be deported back to one’s home country.
  • When you are denied the right to get the protection papers you need, to participate in the process by which your refugee status is determined, to access justice, healthcare, an education, or a job.

Ibu ọrụ

  • Respect the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela’s Constitution and all applicable laws.
  • Do not interfere in political or other situations threatening Venezuela’s internal and foreign interests.
  • If you move anywhere inside the country, you have to notify CONARE.

As a requirement for asylum in Venezuela, all applicants must provide truthful information. By failing to provide material facts about your case, you may be considered responsible for fraud in line with UNHCR’s internal regulations.

Sources: UNHCR Help Venezuela

Onyonyo mkpuchi abanyela Maracay, Venezuela. Foto site na Jorge Saavedra on Unsplash.


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