Migrant Tales has learned but cannot confirm that the Finnish police service is “misleading” asylum seekers to return to Iraq voluntarily.
“When an asylum seeker gets his second rejection he must go to the police to get the answer [from the district court],” said a source. “What they do now, after giving the decision, is to ask the asylum seeker to sign a document. The police don’t explain to the person what the document says [even if it states that the person agrees to return to Iraq voluntarily].”
The source added that some asylum seekers may sign the document as proof that they have received the decision from the district court while others have such a limited education background to understand fully what they are signing.
“This is really underhanded what the police is doing,” the source added.
- قبل الشرطة الفنلندية بتهمة “التضليل” لطالبي اللجوء لتوقيع تلك العودة الطوعية إلى العراق بدون ما يعلم اللاجئ على ماذا يوقع