Siv Jensen Promises a Far Tougher FRP against Immigration for the Next Election in Norway
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Talking to Aftenposten, Progress Party (FrP) leader and Finance Minister Siv Jensen said they will introduce new restrictive solutions in asylum and immigration policy.
In the frame of the restrictive policies, Jensen’s party proposes that asylum seekers are only granted temporary resdience. As soon as the government thinks their home country is safe enough, these asylum seekers will be sent out of Norway.
For actualizing this, FrP will intensify struggle internationally to renegotiate international conventions that limits such restrictive actions.
Siv Jensen also says that they will change the status of refugees to restrict social benefits and rights. In addition, the party wants temporary and limited residence permit for unaccompanied minors seeking asylum.
Another area FrP want to limit immigration is family reunification. The party wants requirement for at least three years’ employment or education for family reunification.
Also requirement for permanent residence will be increased from three to five years, according to FrP’s new plans.
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