Norway Tightens Asylum Laws 

  

Norway has recently tightened its asylum seeking and immigration regulations to protect its people and culture. In a statement that opens with a line that could have come from the Donald Trump play book, the government of Norway has stated (regarding those who seek to break their laws), “If you do not leave voluntarily, you will be returned by force.”
The statement goes on to say that Norway is reducing benefits by 10-20% and they are increasing the number of years you must live in Norway before being eligible for permanent residence. In a move that even a bleeding heart liberal could understand they are issuing only temporary residence status to some and are facilitating the foreigner’s return to their home country once the situation there improves.

They will be limiting family reunification so that every Tom, Dick and Harry cannot bring over 30 cousins. In an other unique move they are working with the Iraq government in order to return Iraq citizens back to Iraq! They mean business, people who cross into Norway without a visa wil be immediately deported. Those who have been granted asylum in a other country but still attempt too come to Norway will also be promptly deported. 

Norway has seized my heart! In this time when so many European nations have lost their minds regarding  refugees, immigration and the take over of their native cultures, it is very encouraging to me to see Norway stand out as such a role model to other white countries. 

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  1. This is encouraging. With all the news about Sweden, I’d been wondering about its neighbor.
    Makes me want to learn further about Norway.

    As a European-American who has an eye on European residence one day (returning diaspora?–a bigger topic!) I am trying to keep an eye on how different countries are handling such things.

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