13% of Asylum-Seekers in Germany Disappear Photo: CC0 Public Domain

13% of Asylum-Seekers in Germany Disappear

By  Saturday, 27.2.2016, 13:28    News

Sueddeutsche.de reports that, according to figures released by the German Ministry of the Interior, some 13 per cent of asylum-seekers that came into the country and were registered during the past year went missing. They haven’t arrived at addresses to which they were supposed to. Possible reasons include that they travelled to other destinations in Germany or abroad or, since some of them had little or no chance of being granted asylum, have chosen to disappear from the radar of authorities.

This means that the exact number of refugees in Germany is currently unknown.With 1.1 million refugees registered last year in the ‘Easy System’ system it means that over 130,000 people did not arrive where they were supposed to be placed in Germany.

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Vilijam Zufic

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