Friday, September 2, 2016

Illegal immigration: why deportations have declined in 2016 – Le Parisien

D ince the attacks and the establishment of a prolonged emergency, all forms of the fight against illegal immigration are suffering. The deportations were down 19.8% on the first six months of the year, says the BBC on Friday. On the basis of an array of confidential board the foreign branch in France, the daily says that since January, 8660 illegal immigrants were deportations, against 10,800 in the first half of 2015 .

During this time of year, migratory pressure at the borders has instead exploded, mainly that with Italy. “Non-admission” since January were up 287%, and the police stopped 23 900 people who wanted to enter France, 6189 against the same period in 2015.

National Secretary of Alliance union (majority among officers and guards), Olivier Hourcau justifies this decrease renewed. “Since the beginning of the emergency, the borders are subject to increased vigilance and consume a considerable number of staff, particularly those of the PAF. Administration officials and punctures in procedural services, including renewed charge to go reinforce points subject to strong pressure, as the sector Menton in the Alpes-Maritimes “.

In comparison, fight against illegal employment of illegal aliens was only slightly impacted the number of verbalisations for that infringement was down 5.4% from 1719 to 1627 between January-June 2015 and January-June 2016.


More than 17,000 deportations were carried out in 2015 against 15,253 in 2014, announced last October the Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, addressing the forces of order at the Ecole Militaire in Paris.


At the same time, France, like its European neighbors exposed to significant wave of migration, recorded a 18.3% increase in asylum applications. 40,072 have already been recorded, against 33,868 last year, when the influx was already strong. And France has kept its commitment to host more widely since in the first half, 12,094 refugee status were granted, up 38% from the previous year.


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