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Germany limits residency permits for Syrians to one year only



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Syrier flyktingar i Tyskland

 

The German government decided today to limit the residency permits granted to the Syrian refugees to one year only instead of three years as it was before.

Germany has also decided not to grant residency permits to the relatives of those who will receive a one-year residency permit.

The German Interior Minister, Thomas Maizière, said that the decision was taken to limit the flow of Syrian refugees to Germany and to control the process of distributing them to the rest of the European Union.

Earlier last month, the Swedish government and the political parties have agreed to limit the residency permits granted to the Syrian refugees to three years after it granted permanent residency to them, in an attempt to control the influx of large numbers of Syrian refugees to Sweden, especially those who come through Germany and Denmark, but the decision in Sweden did take effect yet, as happened in Germany today.

The Swedish Justice and Migration Minister, Morgan Johansson, said that Sweden has become unable to provide housing for all refugees who are streaming into Sweden daily, and he asked the Syrian refugees in Germany and Denmark to stay there if they have a place to stay.



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