this article presents the authors of the report of the Delegation of the migrationsstudier (Delmi), where the difference between the number of expulsion decisions that are made, and how many people are actually leaving Sweden. This appropriation is not uncommon in many op-ed: the Return needs to be made more effective and be given a greater priority.
I agree with you that it is a big problem that more people are living in a skuggsamhälle and run the risk of ending up in poverty without social security rights. However, the report ignores the reality of the situations that come in for criticism.
gymnasielagarna was created on the basis of the young people who are seeking asylum are not given a fair trial, for example, by means of arbitrary åldersuppskrivningar, the multi-year backlog of cases and the new guidelines, which were approved by the Swedish migration board, in contravention of the legislature's intentions.
at the same time, with the intensification of the practice of the assessment of the krigshärdar that Afghanistan has led to thousands of deportation orders for pre-integrated young people who, if they had only a few years earlier, would have received a permanent residence permit, and without anyone lifting an eyebrow. These would most likely be to a large extent, to have ”chosen” to live as undocumented immigrants, rather than returning to a dangerous area or in a country in which they were just as unwelcome as here. Gymnasielagen was intended to prevent some of the disaster. The law was designed so the place to be for many who are covered still, have been made homeless or pushed out of the system. However, it is not gymnasielagen, which are the roots of the problem, but the inappropriate expulsion order, as related to healing.
the Most prominent is the status, and any other individuals who are not admitted to their country of origin or to another country how they should behave. The Swedish migration board and the courts, partly because of glitches in the law, the established practice is that, these can be left for many years with the expulsion order, which are not possible to implement – at the same time, individuals and families are exposed to social and economic pressures, as a punishment for a situation in which they have no control. Nothing will be gained by streamlining these standards.
Space doesn't allow more. This is a really difficult matter, as one of the writers said in an npr story. Because of this, may the questions be too easy. There is not enough time to discuss the återvändandeproceduren, but to also look into the asylum procedure, in order to understand why the return is not a function. Something that should give us pause for thought is that of the other EUROPEAN countries, especially France, at the moment to grant asylum to many of the people who had escaped deportation in Sweden.
I think that if there had been more of a sense of humanity, and the rule of law in the asylum procedure, so you have fewer infeasible decisions, where the return has been made. This situation has been aggravated by the Swedish government and has frozen the possibility of a residence permit on humanitarian grounds, and made a permanent residence permit is dependent on employment – not in need of protection. This is a tragedy, but it is not going to get the better of even the possibility of a work permit is choking.
We believe that the rule of law is a precondition for efficiency and effectiveness and, last but not least, an essential condition for the legitimacy of the utvisningsbesluten.
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