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100 thousand pending asylum cases in Germany

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100 thousand pending asylum cases in Germany

Post by rocky on Thu 12 Oct 2017, 3:43 am

100 thousand pending asylum cases in Germany



The German Interior Ministry announced on Wednesday that the number of asylum cases still pending before the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees has reached about 100,000.

The number of asylum cases by the end of September was 99,334, compared with 579,000 in the same period last year, the ministry said.

A large number of pending asylum cases have been accumulated by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, with the influx of protectionists to Germany in 2015 and 2016.

The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees faced difficulties in ending these cases and this year began with more than 430,000 outstanding cases.

The director of the office, Utah Court, announced recently that it was determined to reduce the number of pending cases to 50 thousand cases, but ruled out the completion of these cases completely in light of the continued applications for asylum.

The number of asylum seekers coming to Germany has been relatively low for months. The number of new applicants registered in September reached 14,688, up from 16,312 in August.

Most of those seeking protection are still Syrians and Iraqis, followed by Turks in third place in September.

Between January and the end of September, the total number of asylum-seekers reached 140,000. Over the long period, Afghans remained the third-largest number of protection applicants in Germany.




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