Because ”all inclusive” totalitarian state suicidal Sweden can’t do enough for everyone else in the world, they must continue to promote the myth of Sweden’s ”superpower status humanitarianism”.
Sweden to ease foreign students’ migration woes
Published: 18 Jun 2014 12:34 GMT+02:00
The suggestions affect several aspects of Swedish immigration law, and are aimed in particular at easing circular migration – non-permanent and repeated migration to and from a country. The changes should make it easier for doctoral students to study, work, and stay in Sweden.
Under current laws, a person who has had a work permit for four years in a five-year period can apply for permanent residence. The changes accepted on Tuesday will extend that period to seven years. Furthermore, a person who has had a residence permit on the grounds of postgraduate level studies for four years in a seven-year period will also be eligible for permanent residence.
A person who has applied for asylum and had the appeal rejected must currently wait six months before applying for a work permit. The new rules shorten that period to four months.
More here. H/T: Fjordman