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The Foreigner Job opportunity for Maria Amelie?. Trade magazine Teknisk Ukeblad (TU) has offered Maria Amelie a job as a journalist in order to try to save her from deportation to Russia. We reacted spontaneously and humanely to how she was treated, and want to help in this situation. We need her competence as we are aware of her technical knowledge, and know she can write,” says Jan Moberg, TU’s Managing Director. Despite having no formal identity papers, Maria has a Master’s Degree from The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and has also written Illegally Norwegian (Ulovlig Norsk), for which she received Ny Tid’s (“New Time”) “Norwegian of the Year” award.

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Job opportunity for Maria Amelie?

Published on Sunday, 16th January, 2011 at 21:46 under the news category, by Nicoleta Sincan and Michael Sandelson   .
Last Updated on 26th January 2011 at 22:03.

Trade magazine Teknisk Ukeblad (TU) has offered Maria Amelie a job as a journalist in order to try to save her from deportation to Russia.



We reacted spontaneously and humanely to how she was treated, and want to help in this situation. We need her competence as we are aware of her technical knowledge, and know she can write,” says Jan Moberg, TU’s Managing Director.

Despite having no formal identity papers, Maria has a Master’s Degree from The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and has also written Illegally Norwegian (Ulovlig Norsk), for which she received Ny Tid’s (“New Time”) “Norwegian of the Year” award.

The police have given Maria clear signals that she might be deported sooner than she might have thought. According to Aftenposten, sources at the Ministry of Justice say she may already be expelled tomorrow, despite the fact it could take weeks to reach a formal decision.

The Immigration Appeals Board (UNE) decided her deportation was being fair because she violated the law by using a false identity and illegally staying and working in Norway.

Maria’s lawyer, Brynjulf Risnes, says she still faces huge uncertainty if she is sent back to Russia. Norwegian authorities are not obliged to help her once she is there.

“There is nobody there to meet her, and we may have to contact someone to do so,” he tells The Foreigner.




Published on Sunday, 16th January, 2011 at 21:46 under the news category, by Nicoleta Sincan and Michael Sandelson   .
Last updated on 26th January 2011 at 22:03.

This post has the following tags: mariaamelia, brynjulfrisnes, caucasian, immigrantdeportation, policeimmigrationservice, appealsboard, une, lillehammer.





  
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