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No changes following UNE asylum-seekers report. Norway Minister of Justice Grete Faremo states there is no need to change immigration authorities’ practises after receiving the report, Monday. The document is a summary of both the Immigration Appeals Boards’ (UNE) and Directorate of Immigrations (UDI) practices since last year’s whitepaper. This report reveals the level of residency permit decision reversals has been around 50 per cent over the last year for families with children who have lived in Norway for over four and a half years.

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No changes following UNE asylum-seekers report

Published on Monday, 17th June, 2013 at 20:00 under the news in brief category, by Lyndsey Smith   .

Norway Minister of Justice Grete Faremo states there is no need to change immigration authorities’ practises after receiving the report, Monday.

Grete Faremo
Grete Faremo
Photo: Taral Jansen/Forsvaret


The document is a summary of both the Immigration Appeals Boards’ (UNE) and Directorate of Immigrations (UDI) practices since last year’s whitepaper.

This report reveals the level of residency permit decision reversals has been around 50 per cent over the last year for families with children who have lived in Norway for over four and a half years.

The Christian Democrats’ (KrF) deputy leader Dagrunn Eriksen declared more needs to be done to secure immigration practices, however.

“[Political] control must be carried out through laws and regulations and not a whitepaper, she remarked to NTB.



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Published on Monday, 17th June, 2013 at 20:00 under the news in brief category, by Lyndsey Smith   .

This post has the following tags: norwayasylum, norwayimmigration, asylumseekersnorway.


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