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The Federal government expects that in 2018, with 166 000 asylum applications

this year is not reached, the long controversial "upper limit" according to a new report.

in The coalition agreement provided for a "ceiling" for refugees is not achieved in 2018: The Federal government is expecting a media report, according to 166 000 asylum applications this year. The Bild reported on Sunday , citing an official calculation. The total number of refugees remain under the Union and the SPD for the next few years, the agreed span of a year, 180 000 to 220,000.

Among the refugees and migrants were also around 30 000 in Germany-born babies aged under one year. You will be registered as their parents than first-time applicants for asylum.

The paper reports, in the context of the family nachzuges 38 500 people would get to the end of the year a visa. 4600 refugees have been admitted for humanitarian reasons. Around 26 500 refugees would have to leave Germany, because they do not receive asylum or in another EU country would have made. About 18 500 were voluntarily returned to their homeland.

the immigration, the current coalition agreement (PDF) between the Union parties and the SPD, and several agreements. The stated goal is fewer new arrivals and more people to deport. One of the most important measures of the CSU through a set "upper limit", a range from 180 000 to 220 000 immigrants annually, which should not be exceeded. Add to this a further upper limit to the so-called family reunification. The influx of 1000 people per month is "limited".

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