Finland Finnish Immigration Concerns



Solution: Place unwanted individuals on plane and fly them to their countries of origin.

This kind of Rube Goldberg legislation is the result of a country losing its sovereignty, and forced to consider all other outside influential factors when determining any planned course of action. Having to bow in the direction of Brussels is one of the greater hinderences keeping these politicians from doing the right thing.

Räsänen: Current legislation encourages residency system abuse

Minister of the Interior, Päivi Räsänen, wants to amend foreign residency legislation so that it does not allow abuse of the system. Furthermore, next spring the government intends to adjust integration support in a bid to encourage voluntary return.

Päivi Räsänen
Päivi Räsänen Image: Yle

Yle News reported on Sunday that there are up to 700 people who are currently on the receiving end of deportation orders but can continue to seek residency because return is impossible.

This applies primarily to Iranian, Iraqi, Afghan and Somalian nationals who most commonly make unsuccessful applications for asylum in Finland.

It has been decided that they must return to their country of origin but the journey does not take place because people do not want to leave voluntarily and the aforementioned countries refuse to receive any forced returns.

No forced return without travel documents

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