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Britain to pay 3,000 pounds ($3,836) to asylum seekers whose applications have been rejected

A plan to offer financial support to send asylum seekers to their country of origin will give refugees money if they agree to return to Rwanda.
Dawn Immigration Reporter
London: After stopping the plan to forcibly deport migrants seeking political asylum from the East African country of Rwanda, the British government has now planned financial aid to send them back to their country. According to Reuters, the UK political Asylum seekers will be offered £3,000 ($3,836) to return to Rwanda under a voluntary scheme for migrants whose applications have been rejected. proposed a plan to forcibly deport Rwandan asylum seekers, which was ruled illegal by the UK Supreme Court last year. Now the government plans to offer repatriation financial assistance to asylum seekers, meaning refugees will receive money if they agree to return to Rwanda, thereby eliminating their disadvantage. A Junior Business Speaking about the new policy, Minister Kevin Hollenrick said it is a good use of public money, as it is a cost-effective plan for those who have been denied asylum and have not yet been deported. , there will be more costs for their care. It should be clear that there are tens of thousands of asylum seekers in the UK who have been refused asylum, but they cannot be removed from the country, because the British government is not allowed to do so. They are not allowed to send people back to war-torn countries where there are no guarantees of human rights. Kevin Hollenrick said £3,000 was a good amount but too much to keep refugees in the UK. It is spent. The British government says Rwanda currently can accept a few hundred refugees from the UK each year, but that capacity could be increased. Prime Minister Rishi Sonik has said he wants the first deportation flights to take off in the next few months.

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