the Swedish Migration board is standing firm at the figures that were presented in our February.
" We basically make the same assessment of the omvärldsläget as in the past. The assessment is that we are stable, " says Henrik Holmer, planning manager at the Swedish migration board.
in Contrast, double the forecast for the number of pending asylum cases at the migration court in 2019. This is because the allocation for The courts service and the migration courts is raised by approximately sek 200 million for 2019 in the government's vårändringsbudget, which was presented in april.
– It is of great importance for the asylum system. Can you handle more cases and get more people to come out of the system faster, either by a refusal or by to settle, as the flow increases through the system.
reduces by nearly one billion, according to Henrik Holmer.
" Many people who receive a refusal decision by the migration board appeal it, and many then have the right to accommodation within our system. This means that the faster a decision can be made, the lower will be the cost of it.
A trend that points to the opposite direction is that more people in authority are enrolled with the open cases, and the queues are expected to grow further. The explanation for this is the Migration decreased funding, " says Henrik Holmer.
– the Allocation is not sufficient really to meet the mandate. Then you can work in two ways: first, in the dialogue with the government to increase resources, in part to try to work even more effectively. In the end, it is all about being able to provide information to people as quickly as possible.