Profile overview for BannedByBoards1.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

197 submissions to European

118 submissions to Boards

110 submissions to news

68 submissions to politics

66 submissions to Worldnews

This user has so far shared a total of 851 links, started a total of 9 discussions and submitted a total of 60 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 2290 and downvoted 5 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 236 and downvoted 3 comments.

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Up to half a million refugee families could head to Britain after 2020, report warns, submitted: 5/31/2016 10:53:36 AM, 0 points (+2|-2)

Police officer and suspected attacker shot dead in Champs Elysees gun battle, submitted: 4/20/2017 9:16:49 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

Students who avoid making eye contact could be guiltyof racism, Oxford University says, submitted: 4/24/2017 5:49:19 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)

REVEALED: The benefits capital of Britain, according to these new figures, submitted: 5/4/2017 11:06:37 PM, 0 points (+2|-2)

Jailing of Jakarta's Christian governor reverberates across Indonesia, submitted: 5/12/2017 12:03:23 AM, 0 points (+1|-1)

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Danish politicians want DNA tests for Syrian refugee wanting to be reunited with his 17 kids submitted by wasserwoo to news

BannedByBoards1 1 points 23 points (+24|-1) ago

It is easy to see why the 47-year-old would want to move to Sweden. His child support there would amount to up to 500,000 krona ($60,000), compared to the 214,128 krone ($32,062) he would receive in Denmark.

This guy is taking the piss. Send him back to one of the refugee camps.

The Norwegian Foreign Ministry has calculated that because of all the social, health, housing and welfare benefits mandated by the state, supporting a single refugee in Norway costs $125,000 — enough to support some 26 Syrians in Jordan.

By financing the camps in the region, western countries can help a lot more of these people than by taking in individuals and their 17 children.

Italian woman returns mixed-race baby to surrogate submitted by BannedByBoards1 to news

BannedByBoards1 3 points 16 points (+19|-3) ago

Half Roma gypsy, half negro.

May the Lord have mercy on us all.

162,000 asylum seekers came to Sweden last year, 500 got a job (Translation in comments) submitted by BannedByBoards1 to European

BannedByBoards1 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago

Translation: Last year 162,000 people to Sweden to seek asylum. But only a fraction had the permission of the immigration office to work. Even fewer - a total of 494 people - got a job.

In order for a person coming to Sweden to work while waiting for his case, it is required to have a valid identity document, or other means to establish their identity.

If you can do that, have applied for asylum in Sweden, and not been dismissed in previous cases, the Migration Board will examine whether there are opportunities to work before the residence permit is ready.

If all requirements are met to get an exemption from the work permit, the refugee will be granted an "at-und". Yet only a third of the asylum seekers between 20-64 received an at-und last year.

"There's so many people who sought asylum in Sweden, that we might fail to register all so we had to remove prioritize tasks, and that was the question of work", says Lisa Bergstrand Unit at the Migration Board.

Do you think that the Migration Board's information is effective enough to get the asylum seekers themselves to look for work?

"It is difficult to answer, but we do what we have been obliged to do", she says.

The government has proposed that the temporary residence permit should be the main rule for the next three years, and that will increase pressure on the asylum seekers to obtain jobs.

A permanent residence permit can namely be offered when the temporary expires - if the applicant is self-sufficient. The job thus becomes an anchor for the asylum seekers in Sweden.

The long waiting times at the Migration Board, which today can be up to a year, makes it all the more urgent to get to work. But not even the employment service has a special mission to support asylum seekers in search of jobs.

"They can be registered as unemployed but they are only entitled to the basic service, it is about taking advantage of our services on the internet and conversations with advisers. But no program initiatives, that is not education or training", says Fredrik Möller, qualified officers at the unit for integration and the establishment of employment services.

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When did Boards reach its peak? submitted by Askmychoco to Boards

BannedByBoards1 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I remember reading a personal issues thread from some poor misfortune who had been so warped from the group think she was losing real life friends due to starting on them over social justice type things boards had and her entire thread was why are people in real life so different to people I talk to here in boards.

What reaction did she get in the thread?

When did Boards reach its peak? submitted by Askmychoco to Boards

BannedByBoards1 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

What went down there?