You tell me how thousands of the so called refugees in Europe could “fall through the cracks” and not be receiving benefits? Thus one can thus speculate how they are supporting themselves and where they are. Where are all the women and children? Recall these earlier posts:
DHS Johnson: We Don’t Know ‘a Whole Lot’ About Syrian Refugees Coming to US Through UN Program October 15, 2015. Or how about this one?
But I digress.
As the following case study from Sweden proves, having once entered Europe, Europe may have problems trying to track down the hundreds of thousands of refugees having already found their way to the continent.
As Sweden’s Afton Bladet reports, over half of all the illegal migrants slated for deportation in Sweden have mysteriously disappeared.
The National Border Police Section reports that of the 21,748 individuals due to be sent home after their asylum applications were turned down, a whopping 14,140 have simply vanished off the police radar. Around a third, or the remaining 7,608, still live and are accounted for in the Swedish Migration Board’s premises or have indicated an address for their own homes. It is not clear if anyone has actually tried following up on said home address to see how many have simply made one up.
This is not the first time refugees have vanished from official supervision: one month ago we reported that roughly 4,000 asylum-seekers who had initially been accomodated by the German state of Lower Saxony had “mysteriously disappeared.” To our knowledge they have still not been found.
More over at Zero Hedge