Friday, May 12, 2017

Germany sees fewer voluntary refugee departures in Q1 2017

Significantly fewer rejected asylum seekers voluntarily departed Germany in the first quarter of 2017, data showed on Thursday.

In the period between January and March 2017, 8,468 people used the national support program to return to their country of origin compared to 13,848 over the same period in 2016. Rejected asylum seekers participating in the program receive up to 1,000 euros (1,085 US dollars) as "start-up support".

In 2016, 54,006 rejected asylum seekers returned to their home countries aided by the humanitarian support program compared with 35,514 in 2015. By contrast, around 25,000 rejected asylum seekers were deported in 2016. Most returnees originate from Albania, Serbia, Iraq, FYROM*, and Kosovo.
***[After the necessary corrections with the name "FYROM"]

***[GREECE recognized this country with the name "FYROM"]
***[UN  resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993] 
***Ethnologia uses the recognized name FYROM. 
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