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Canada tells Hungary’s Roma: Do not seek asylum here


Jason Kenney expresses ‘solidarity’ with the Roma, but designates Hungary a ‘safe’ country   DECEMBER 15, 2012  

The Minister’s purpose was, notionally, to announce the countries Canada has decided to designate as ‘safe.’
That list includes all the countries in the European Union (EU), including Hungary, except for Romania and Bulgaria, plus the United States and Croatia, 27 in all.
Asylum seekers from those “safe” countries will get 30 to 45 rather than the “regular” 60 days to present their cases to the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB).They will not have the right to appeal to the newly created Refugee Appeal Division. Nor will the Federal Court be able to stay their removal while it reviews IRB decisions. 
Thousands of Roma accepted as refugees in Canada  more

Canada tells Hungary’s Roma: Do not seek asylum here

Thu, 24 Jan, 2013



Canada has long had an international reputation of welcoming refugees from around the world. But now it’s telling Hungary’s Roma community that that doesn’t apply to them.
The campaign began on Jan. 15 and, according to a spokesperson for Citizenship and Immigration Canada, is to last one month.
The billboards read, “An announcement from the Government of Canada: To deter abuse, Canada’s refugee system has changed. Asylum claims are evaluated within weeks instead of years. Applicants with unjustified immigration claims are sent home faster.”
A PROBLEM WITH ROMA?
The campaign appears to be part of the larger overhaul of the Canadian immigration system implemented by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government in recent months. The Harper government passed sweeping and controversial changes to the immigration and refugee process here in December. At the time, it hinted at this new move by suggesting that “bogus refugees” would no longer be able to take advantage of Canadian’s generosity – statements widely held to have been directed at Roma coming to Canada.MORE
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