- No, now in the damn to stop the madness.
- Where to find all the money in the share out to all of you who come from the outside ?
- What about helping our own.....
How to write Jane J in one of the most popular comments (425 likes) which is written on the TV2 News Facebookprofil on the goodbye-and-thanks-for-visiting-check, integration, Mattias Tesfaye via the brand-new Hjemrejsestyrelse will allow some asylum seekers to go home after the first refusal:
- When asylum seekers anchor their case, it costs an average of about 150,000 crowns to accommodate the person, while the matter is dealt with.
- in Addition, we must pay for lawyers and interpreters, says Mattias Tesfaye thus, in a press release, but Jane J is far from the only one who can't see the smart in giving away $ 20,000 to a rejected asylum seeker:
- Why should they have the money to travel home?
- They can get a plane ticket home and that was it.
- Nææææ....Give the money to our elderly, after all it is them who have built our society, writes Jane a in a comment, which has received 280 likes, and Kathrine R also seems a ticket out of Denmark should be enough:
- They have come empty handed and shall leave empty handed.
- the only thing they can get is a one time entrance ticket out of Denmark. the
Politicians should take themselves together and stopped this traffic and utilization to Denmark.
- How have the politicians failed over the decades, writes Kathrine R
Bent C - who has collected 119 likes - believe that rejected asylum seekers will accept the money and then come back again, but what are you thinking?
One refused asylum seeker costs annually 300,000 in accommodation
There are today approx. 1.100 rejected asylum seekers who are staying illegally in Denmark. They have, after thorough handling of cases proved not to have protection needs and, thus, has been denied asylum in the first instance in the immigration office and then finally a refusal of the Flygtningenævnet. It costs an average of approx. 300,000. to have one rejected asylum seeker accommodated in a home or udrejsecenter in Denmark for a year.
As it is today, asylum seekers, refused asylum in the immigration office, automatically have their case appealed to Flygtningenævnet. Here there must be taken a final position on whether asylum seekers should be communicated to the asylum or not.
With the proposal, the government wants to introduce a window of 14 days after the refusal in the immigration office, where the alien must actively make a choice whether to travel home or on to challenge the decision in the Flygtningenævnet. In the course of the time Hjemrejsestyrelsen advise the alien of the possibility of hjemrejsestøtte and inform about the bl.a. the proportion of upheld decisions relating to asylum of the respective nationality.
The aliens in the window of 14 days choose to travel home, will get a cash paid hjemrejsestøtte of $ 20,000. It gets the as a complement to the in kind hjemrejsestøtte of up to 20,000. for voluntary repatriation, as the aliens in udsendelsesposition in advance can be assigned. In genre hjemrejsestøtte is concrete support in the home country, as f.ex. can include temporary accommodation, help to access employment, and medicines, etc.
The aliens in the window of 14 days however do not choose to travel back home will automatically have their asylum case reviewed by Flygtningenævnet – exactly as is the case today.
Approx. 83 per cent. (1.627 out of 1.964) of the asylum seekers in 2019 was dealing with a complaint against a refusal of asylum was upheld refusal in the Flygtningenævnet. Fx got 137 out of 139 asylum seekers from Iraq upheld Udlændingestyrelsens refusal in Flygtningenævnet in 2019. For asylum seekers from Morocco, it was 17 out of 17, which had upheld a refusal in 2019.
the Proposal does not include foreigners who are refused asylum, because they obviously don't have a asylbehov (manifestly unfounded cases), and the foreigners who come from countries where there is a forhåndsformodning that obviously is not a asylbehov (manifestly unfounded urgent cases). The proposal includes, in addition, not foreigners, who do not get their asylum case examined in substance in Denmark.
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