Trump should have mentioned Mama Merkel’s mess as migrants sue German government
Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 20, 2016
Invasion of Europe news….
German Chancellor Angela Merkel flung Germany’s gates open wide over a year ago and the world poured in.
With tens of thousands seeking asylum (permanent refugee status), the German government gave them a temporary status until their claims could be processed. That temporary status came with a stipulation that they could not bring their extended family members until granted permanent asylum.
Since then, thousands of refugees have successfully sued using international law.
Beware America! This is why protecting our national sovereignty is so important! We cannot permit any treaties or agreements that would allow foreign courts to dictate immigration/refugee policy here (but we may be doing that already!).
What is happening to Germany is why we need to revisit any such agreements if Donald Trump is elected President in a few short weeks.
Here is the news that should be concerning for all Western nations who wish to remain free.
More than 17,000 refugees have complained against the partial asylum status, known as subsidiary protection, offered by the German Government.
On arrival in Germany refugees are given the form of asylum from the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF).
But the partial status which means they are safe from being deported, includes a two year ban on families coming to join them.
In the first eight months of this year 90 per cent of refugees who challenged the subsidiary protection status won their case and were granted full rights under the Geneva Refugee Convention.
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