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As a result, in his case, a country other than the country of nationality is recognized as his “country of home leave”, and is thereby deemed his “home country” for the purposes of applying staff rule 103.20. (...) Staff regulation 5.3 refers to “home country” rather than “country of nationality” as in staff rule 105.3. 40. (...) An exception granted under staff rule 105.3 (d) to authorize that a country other than the country of nationality as the home country is not permanent.
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Score: 376806.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-132.pdf
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The UNDT held that the designation of China as Wang’s country of home leave was not a permanent decision that could not be changed; it was an exception to the general rule that the country of home leave is the country of nationality. (...) A staff member whose home country is either the country of his or her official duty station or the country of his or her normal residence while in United Nations service, shall not be eligible for home leave. 45. (...) If this were not so, then a staff member would have the dual advantages of nationality of one country as well as the entitlements to home country leave.
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Score: 375812.72 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2011-unat-140.pdf
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If, on the other hand, a beneficiary declares a country other than the United States as his or her country of residence and submits acceptable proof thereof, his or her pension will be recalculated in the currency of the country of residence. (...) Ergüden in which she informed him that since he had not relocated to another country of residence nor moved from a different country to his country of nationality or to the country of his former duty station, he failed to meet the requirements of Paragraph 31(b). (...) Ergüden has neither advised that he has changed his country of residence nor has he moved from another country to his country of nationality or to the country of his former duty station, therefore, he had not met the requirements for reversion to the dollar track under Paragraph 31 of the PAS.
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Score: 370002.17 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1198.pdf
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As we stand now, the [country office] is facing a deficit in its funding for the institutional budget. 7. (...) It is true that the Applicant’s job description shows that his job responsibilities include, among others, matters of economic development, but that alone is not sufficient to support the proffered justification. The UAE country office referred to the Country Programme Document, but this document sets out various goals for the entire UAE country office for 2013-2017. (...) Moreover, the evidence of the closure of the country office in Case No. UNDT/NY/2018/061 Judgment No.
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Score: 367735.47 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-051.pdf
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By email of 31 October 2017, the Representative of the UNICEF India Country Office, inter alia informed the Applicant that the approval of the UNICEF India Country Programme 2018-2022 would result in the abolition, upgrading or downgrading of a number of posts, including the one that the Applicant encumbered. 5. (...) On 23 October 2018, the India Country Office acknowledged receipt of the Applicant’s message declining the interview invitation. 27. (...) On 14 November 2018, the India Country Office again followed up with the Applicant regarding the interview invitation. 30.
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Score: 364978.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-178.pdf
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This Court has previously held that in order to succeed on appeal, an appellant has to prove an error of law or fact and not repeat arguments already considered and rejected by the UNDT.1 The Appellant does not demonstrate that the UNDT erred in finding that his reassignment was contingent on the signature of the Host Country Agreement nor that the failure to create a L-5 position breached the Host Country Agreement. (...) Al-Mulla submits that the UNDT erred in finding that the reclassification of the UNODC Representative post did not breach the Host Country Agreement. The UNDT failed to provide any basis in policy or jurisprudence for determining that the creation of a P-5 post was not a binding condition of the Host Country Agreement. (...) This Court has previously held that an appellant has to prove an error of law or fact and should not repeat arguments already considered and rejected by the UNDT.4 The Appellant does not demonstrate that the UNDT erred in finding that his reassignment was not contingent on the signature of the Host Country Agreement or that the failure to create an L-5 position breached the Host Country Agreement. 31.
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Score: 364275.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-226.pdf
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Assale’s first reporting officer (FRO) or immediate supervisor was the Chad Country Deputy Representative and his second reporting officer (SRO) was the Chad Country Representative. (...) On 27 October 2010, the Chad Country Deputy Representative sent a letter to the Chad Country Representative advising him that he would not recommend the renewal of Mr. (...) The UNDT erred in concluding that the Chad Country Deputy Representative, Mr.
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Score: 360247.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-534.pdf
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As we stand now, the [country office] is facing a deficit in its funding for the institutional budget. 8. (...) On 27 February 2018, the UAE government formally confirmed to UNDP that the UAE’s country programme with UNDP would not be renewed, and that UNDP would wrap up existing activities and close the country office by June 2018. (...) The Country Programme Document did not link this project to any particular staff funding.
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Score: 358631.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1097.pdf
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By a letter dated 31 October 2005, the Country Director, UNDP Iraq, informed the Applicant that since UNDP was not in a position to return to its office in Iraq in the near future, there was no longer an Iraq duty station for the Country Office. (...) Upon her request, a copy of the Country Director’s email was shown to her. 18. (...) Upon her request, a copy of the Country Director’s email was shown to her. 18.
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Score: 358569.65 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-091.pdf
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On 2 July 2018, the Applicant informed OHCHR that she had received information indicating that she had been “blacklisted” in her home country because of her work with OHCHR and requested the Organization’s assistance in obtaining “an immigration status in the host country”. (...) UNDT/2021/044 Page 3 of 9 the host country or to apply for political asylum as this was not compatible with her status as UN employee. (...) To repatriate the Applicant to a third country or to her country of nationality as soon as possible but at the latest before the date of expiration of her passport, on 12 August 2018.
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Score: 358409.42 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-044.pdf
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