The " - Ordered-to-return-act," interior Minister Seehofer to facilitate deportations and reduce costs. Whether this is achieved with the planned measures, however, is open.
the Minister of the interior wants to increase the number of deportations.
last year, around 26,000 people were deported - nearly 31,000 planned deportations failed. This ratio is set to change: With the so-called Graded-return-to-act Federal government wants to increase the interior Minister, Horst Seehofer, the number of deportations. However, the proposed measures are practicable?measure 1: The tolerance for persons with unknown identity
to obtain This new Status will in future get people incorrect information about their identity, or not participate in the necessary papers. So should be more easily distinguished, who is to blame, that he can not be deported, and who is not.
40 percent of the approximately 180,000 Tolerated could relate to - they are tolerated according to the Federal Ministry of the interior, it is only because they have no papers. You would have to prove in the future that you have made an effort to get the deportation papers that you participated, for example, at hearings, or in the case of messages auditioned.
conclusion: if you can't prove it, and the new Status of "toleration for persons with unclear identity", is not yet deported the same - because the papers are missing still. The person is punished: He cannot work and is bound to a place of residence; also, a monetary penalty may be due. From the Ministry of the interior, it literally means: "The sanctions are expected to show an effect."