Two weeks after a new law on asylum went into effect in Sweden, more than 3800 underground and rejected asylum-invaders have applied to have their cases reviewed.
For utterly bizarre reasons best known to the anti-White liberal democrats who run the Swedish government, the law was designed to give rejected asylum invaders whose deportation order was not carried out due to conditions in their home countries, as well as families with children who went into hiding in Sweden after having their applications were refused, a second chance at getting the right to stay in Sweden.
The Swedish immigration authority, Migrationsverket, said an estimated 20,000 people will now be entitled to file new applications.
So far, 69 of the re-applicants have received permanent residence permits, 4 have been given temporary permits, and 4 have had their applications rejected again.
It’s unknown how many rejected asylum-seekers have gone underground in Sweden. It is possible that many will not seek reviews under the new law, as they could still be expelled from the country.
The law was piloted through the Swedish parliament by Barbro Holmberg, Minister For Immigration (who is also the mother of the White Swedish girl who married the mixed race American golfer Tiger Woods).
Immigration officials quoted in Swedish media said they had orders to each process an average of 3.5 asylum requests per day, or one every two hours, with the aim of clearing the application backlog by the end of March.
Politicians from the centre-right opposition claimed the law would make it easier for criminals to gain residency, and could even draw illegal immigrants from other European countries to Sweden in the hope of gaining a visa.