the Swedish migration board made it clear the trials to the end of the year, with the exception of approximately 400 cases that require other decisions by the authorities before they can be determined.
the Work was interrupted abruptly when the gymnasielagen first got the fail of the two migration courts. But then the migration court of Appeal noted that the law certainly can be applied resumed the process in september.
– If you had had more time in the remissarbetet had been able to realise certain things. But based how the law is written, I think we still succeeded in applying the relatively uniform, " says Johanna Lindblad Ó Duinnín, expert at the migration board.
now completed their part of the work, it may still take some time before the final statistics on how many who received the approval and rejections will.
About half of the applications – almost 5.300 pieces – has the Swedish migration board sent on to the country's four migration courts. These are young people who appealed to the orphan asylum, and where there is still justice in just over 3,500 gymnasieärenden.
" It's about several thousand applications and the migration courts must first consider asylskälen. So we assume that it will take time, " says Lindblad Ó Duinnín.
on 1 July and 30 september 2018 for which it was possible to apply for a residence permit for studies, despite the rejection of their asylum application.
Those who have received a residence permit to stay in Sweden for 13 months with the possibility of extension if they are also studying at the upper secondary level. Those within half a year after completion of secondary education find a job can then apply for permanent residence.