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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Migrants Overwhelm German Courts with Asylum Lawsuits: ‘This Will Paralyze Us for Years’

Migrants are overwhelming the German court system as hundreds of thousands have appealed rulings denying them refugee status.

Many migrants are suing after being granted "subsidiary protection" status by the German authorities, seeking to become full refugeees, the Washington Post reports. Those with subsidiary protection status can stay in Germany for up to three years, but do not have the right to reunify with family.

Two-thirds of cases in Berlin's administrative court are from asylum seekers, as 250,000 appeals are pending across the country Germany.



Anonymous said...

Hmmm did anyone see this coming 🤔

Anonymous said...

Their open border policy is inviting an invasion and takeover of their country. All without the Muslims ever firing a shot. Merkel is an idiot and a traitor to her countrymen.

Anonymous said...

The queen bee in charge of Germany should be responsible , as usual this female has been a disaster to the world.

Anonymous said...

Merkel - you're getting what you asked for!

We are doing our best to avoid that here - despite the liberals!

Anonymous said...

Some people saw this coming 20 years ago.

Anonymous said...

Merkel is an east German idiot!