Report on action package So the Ministry wants to increase the number of forced repatriations.
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According to the report "Bild am Sonntag", the Federal Interior Ministry wants to be repatriated as a series of measures.
- According to them, migrants should be more controlled to "effectively counter the flooding".
- You must also agree with the airline on how to increase the number of forced repatriation places.
DAccording to the newspaper, the federal home ministry wants a forced repatriation by a series of measures. This proposal contains a duty to work at night and will cite the document and produce a "Bild am Sonntag" report. Immigrants who need to leave the community as a group home in the future should cancel their registration if they leave the premises between midnight and 6 am in the morning. In the event of breach of reporting duty, imprisonment must be possible.
In Hesse and Lower Saxony, such nighttime directives already exist, as mentioned in the report. According to federal Department of Interior assessments, the use of such statutes had to increase in order to "effectively deal with flooding".
As an additional measure to facilitate deportation, the Department of Interior suggests that according to "BamS", immigrants at pickup and return centers should receive mail on chip cards. This register was rejected when the asylum applicant was notified of the expulsion.
An agreement with the airline should also be made on how to increase the number of forced repatriation places. Airline tickets for this purpose must be created in the future by assigning no-name to "no-name booking" referred to in the department's article as "BamS". If the refugee dives before being expelled, another person can board.
The housing and anchor centers plan to hire a doctor instead of hiring a doctor just to work on a daily basis. As a result, rejected asylum seekers will be able to check "travel ability" more quickly.
According to the Federal Ministry of Home Affairs's "Bild am Sonntag" information, a total of 39,160 re-entry restrictions were imposed last year on refugees who were deported or arraigned. Therefore, there were 790 entry barriers by October 29 this year.