New scheme for some forcibly returned families

The new scheme for some families who were forcibly returned from Norway was applied Monday 15 June. The scheme implies that some families with children who had stayed in Norway for a long period can now have their cases reconsidered.
Jøran Kallmyr

Cynical policy behind State Secretary’s visit to Asmara

In NOAS’ view, a Norwegian return agreement with Eritrea is impossible.

So You Think You Can Stay?

Amir Najjer was tortured by masked men and accused of cooperating with Israeli troops. In Norway, his application for asylum has been rejected. The authorities say he can go to Gaza, although UNHCR recommends that no one is returned there. Now Amir has entered the game show So You THink You Can Stay and hopes ...
Danmarks justisdepartement ledes av minister Mette Frederiksen. I høst har de blitt beskyldt for å gi føringer til Eritrea-rapportens innhold og konklusjoner, for å kunne stramme inn asylpraksisen i Eritrea-saker.

UNHCR criticizes Danish report on Eritrea

A new Danish immigration report on Eritrea has caused a political storm in Denmark. Both contributors to the report and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, have heavily criticized the report.
Foto: Jannik Abel

New rules for long-staying children

The government and the supporting parties have agreed on new rules for long-staying children. The rules are still strict, but a few more families will be granted leave to remain. Generally, children must have lived in Norway for a minimum of four and a half years and gone one year to school.


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