The German authorities expect that the number of illegal migrants intending to obtain asylum in the country in the second half of 2017 is expected to grow further.
This trend is evidenced by a number of signs, writes in the Sunday, August 6, the newspaper Welt am Sonntag, citing its available a new report by the Joint center for analysis and strategies of illegal migration (GASIM).
In particular, the authors of the document indicate a rise in the number of refugees arriving in Europe via the Mediterranean sea. This year the coasts of Italy has reached over 95,000 illegal immigrants, and centers for refugees in Italy again overcrowded.
In addition, the data obtained during enhanced in July because of the G20 summit policing of borders of the country, demonstrating the increase in the number of unregistered cases of illegal migration, the document says.
At the same time, the German authorities reported that the number of illegal border crossings has declined. According to the Federal police, the corresponding figure for the first half of 2017 amounted to 24.750 people. Most of them appealed to the authorities of Germany with a request for asylum. In the first half of 2016, this has reached 130,000 people.
In the first half of 2017, the Federal office for migration and refugees (BAMF) considered 122.000 applications for asylum. Most illegal immigrants are not presented to the German authorities the documents proving the identity. The proportion of alleged forged documents in 2016 was about 6% in the current year this figure is on the same level. For the first half of 2017, employees of the BAMF revealed about 7.300 fake, according to them, passports.
Note that in the centre GASIM exchange information on refugees various agencies of Germany: Federal police, Federal office for migration and refugees, Federal intelligence service and the Ministry of foreign Affairs.