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Palestinians from Syria in Denmark Facing Ambivalent Fate

Published : 29-07-2020

Palestinians from Syria in Denmark Facing Ambivalent Fate

Some 2,200 Palestinian refugees from Syria (PRS) who have reached Denmark from 2012 to 2020 have been facing a precarious condition in the Nordic country.

90% of PRS in the country are refugees who fled Yarmouk Camp. 10% are from other Palestinian camps and communities across the war-torn country. 

Some 1,717 PRS have reportedly been granted temporary protection in Denmark, and thus, it is hard for them to obtain permanent residence permits or citizenship.

Scores of refugees have failed to reunite with their families in Denmark.

One of the following three types of visas is often granted in Denmark: political asylum, humanitarian asylum, and temporary protection. The latter is valid for one renewable year and its holder becomes entitled to family reunification only after three years.

Over recent years, successive right-wing governments in Denmark backed up by the far right-wing Danish People’s Party have opted for closed-door migration policies.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10444

Some 2,200 Palestinian refugees from Syria (PRS) who have reached Denmark from 2012 to 2020 have been facing a precarious condition in the Nordic country.

90% of PRS in the country are refugees who fled Yarmouk Camp. 10% are from other Palestinian camps and communities across the war-torn country. 

Some 1,717 PRS have reportedly been granted temporary protection in Denmark, and thus, it is hard for them to obtain permanent residence permits or citizenship.

Scores of refugees have failed to reunite with their families in Denmark.

One of the following three types of visas is often granted in Denmark: political asylum, humanitarian asylum, and temporary protection. The latter is valid for one renewable year and its holder becomes entitled to family reunification only after three years.

Over recent years, successive right-wing governments in Denmark backed up by the far right-wing Danish People’s Party have opted for closed-door migration policies.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10444