Germany finds it almost impossible to get rid of problem “refugees”:
In Saxony, where the majority of Tunisian migrants are sent, authorities have reported that while Tunisians make up 4 percent of the migrant population, they are found guilty of a quarter of crimes committed by migrants.
Tunisians almost never have their asylum applications granted – only 0.2 percent are successful. Nonetheless, of the 678 Tunisians told they wouldn’t be allowed to stay in Germany, only 66 have were deported in 2015.
Meanwhile the majority of asylum seekers from Morocco and Algeria have until recently been sent to North Rhine-Westphalia. Current investigations into robberies and sexual assaults during New Year’s Eve show that most of the suspects for these crimes came from these two countries.
And for home countries it’s better that the unwanted remain abroad:
The illegal migrants are often also a boon for these developing countries if they stay abroad – as when they start to earn money in Euros they send part of it back to their families and feed into the local economy.
Some states are reluctant to take back citizens who in some cases are associated with criminality and would be potential troublemakers back home.
Better to keep them out -as Australia does – than try to send them back after they’ve arrived.
Update: Also in Germany: death by cucumber.