Former Danish Immigration and Integration Minister Inger Stöjberg was sentenced to 60 days in prison on Monday for illegally ordering the division of 23 asylum-seeking couples in 2016, in which at least one of the partners was a minor. Stöjberg based her decision on fears that these might have been forced marriages, Reuters reported. Stöjberg, […]
The Danish Parliament passed a new law summarizing the rules for granting citizenship. It includes a mandatory handshake between the applicant and the presiding officer. With the handshake, the applicant expresses respect for Danish society and culture.
Unwanted migrants in Denmark, who have committed a crime or who have not been permitted asylum will be deported to an isolated island. These people are unwanted in Denmark and they will feel that, says the Danish Minister for Immigration.
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