For more than a decade, most Chinese have become increasingly accustomed to a hassle-free passport application process. But the right to leave and return (RLR) is still limited for certain minorities (including Tibetans and Uighurs), children without hukous, and dissidents. But denying passports to these groups only further marginalizes them and increases tensions by denying them … Continue reading China’s Refusal of Passports to Certain Minorities, Children without Hukous, and Others Impinges on Their Right to Leave and Return

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