The court of Sweden was allowed to stay 106-year-old refugee from Afghanistan
The Swedish administrative court issued a 106-year-old citizen of Afghanistan with the residence permit for a period of 13 months. On it informs Agency Associated Press (AP).
Thus, the court reversed the decision of the Swedish migration Agency, which on 4 September decided to deport the woman. The court said that the woman is in very poor condition, which could deteriorate at any moment.
When making decisions, attention was paid to “extremely high age women” and “poor health”. The Agency notes that the court’s decision is contrary to the decision of the migration service, for which age is not a reason for granting asylum.
Before going to Sweden Bibical Uzbeks eight years she lived illegally with his family in Iran. They moved there from Afghanistan. In Sweden, the family came in 2015 with a huge flow of migrants from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq. To Europe Uzbeks, along with his son and grandson traveled by train and on foot through the mountains. Sometimes the son had to carry the mother on the back.
In Sweden, by 2015, the flow of migrants reached its peak — then arrived in the country nearly 170 million people. After that, the country has decided to impose border controls and tightened immigration laws. In 2016 Sweden took 230 thousand people.