Dec 15 2015
Muslim male invaders fare only a little better at 20% after four years. That means 75% of Muslim invaders in Denmark are living off the state and likely will remain there for the rest of their lives.
10 News “Four years after female refugees have been granted residence permit in Denmark, 5 percent has a job. It is a much lower employment than among male refugees, where almost 20 percent have a job after four years. ‘It is not good for society and not good for the women themselves,’ says research director.”
Breitbart But now, Muslim migrants are rejecting Denmark as a country in which to seek asylum, claiming that the “salaries” offered to “refugees” are not as high as other European countries. They are now demanding to go to Sweden or Finland as the welfare benefits there are more favorable.
Marwen el Mohammed, another asylum seeker in Denmark told the reporter that there were two reasons the men did not want to seek asylum in Denmark, a peaceful country. “The first one: the salary for refugees decreased about 50 per cent from 10,000 kroner to about 5,000,” he said.
The second is that Finland and other neighbouring countries allow the migrants to bring their families to join them within two to three months, whereas Denmark makes them wait for a year and a half before they bring their families over. “This is a long time to have left our family behind,” he said.
The Local Shortly after the government announced in July that it would significantly cut benefits to asylum seekers, Integration Minister Inger Støjberg said that she would make sure that asylum seekers and human smugglers were directly informed of the policy change through advertising and social media campaigns.
Denmark has decided to tighten the regulations concerning refugees in a number of areas. The Danish Parliament has just passed a regulation to:
Reduce the social benefits significantly. The social benefits for newly arrived refugees will be reduced by up to 50 percent.
The government will maintain and ensure that:
Foreign nationals granted temporary protection in Denmark will not have the right to bring family members to Denmark during the first year.
Foreign nationals can only be granted a permanent residence permit after 5 years at the earliest. Prior to this they risk having their residence permit revoked.
In order to obtain a permanent residence permit in Denmark there are language requirements in terms of the ability to speak and understand the Danish language.
When an application for asylum is regarded manifestly unfounded it is refused in accordance with a particularly expedited procedure.
All rejected asylum seekers must be returned quickly from Denmark.
There is a special return centre to ensure that rejected asylum seekers leave Denmark as quickly as possible.