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The government will change the rules for family reunification: the Mint must still be in Thailand

the Government will change the rules for family reunification of children.

you yourself have been joined by family members with his spouse in Denmark, you get three months to apply for family reunification with her child. Do you do this in a timely manner, then the child is guaranteed a residence permit.

- If one is seeking within three months, then you get your child. If you do not seek within three months, you will not get her child to this. It is very, very simple, says foreigners and integration minister Inger Støjberg to DR.

the Law on family reunification has been brought up in the media in connection with several cases of expelled children. In particular the case of 13-year-old Mint from Thailand, which in October was expelled from Denmark, has received much attention.

however, There is no help available for the Mint in the new release. She stayed namely in Thailand for a number of years, before the family applied for family reunification, and therefore, the application was rejected.

- here is forward-looking, and it is such that the rules will be. But if one takes the case, everyone has been talking about, namely, the Mint-matter, so would the rules not have helped her, even though they were introduced with retroactive effect. Because she just was left behind in Thailand for a number of years, says Inger Støjberg.

the Mint was sent back to Thailand in October, even though she speaks English and lived in Plymouth with his mother, stepfather and little brother. Private.

the Danish people's Party and The Conservatives have proposed exempts, so the authorities in some cases, could look at specific cases and redo a decision, then the child could be allowed to be in Denmark.

however, It is not a part of the new proposal, because it would give the risk of discrimination, since individuals with the money and knowledge to the media in that case would find it easier to get their case published in the media, explains Inger Støjberg.

the Proposal comes ahead of Inger Støjbergs talks Thursday with the Social democrats and the Danish people's Party on just familiesammenføringsreglerne.

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