More than 200,000 Muslim illegal asylum seekers in Germany who have come to the country since 2014 share the birthday of January 1st because they arrived without any form of identification…and did so intentionally. This is so they can claim to be minors under 18 (even though most of them are in their 20’s and 30’s) who get priority for their asylum applications.
Breitbart As of July 31st, a total of 207,347 asylum seekers in Germany share the same birthday of January 1st, according to the German Federal Ministry of the Interior after a question was posed to them by anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany MP Anton Friesen, Berliner Zeitung reports.
Of the total number, 125,408 asylum seekers had come to Germany during the height of the migrant crisis in 2015.
“The date January 1st is recorded when asylum seekers cannot produce a passport and other identity papers and know only their year of birth, but not the exact day or month,” the Interior Ministry said. In the first seven months of 2018, 6,367 asylum seekers were given a January 1st birth date.
The data reveals the extent of the number of migrants who have entered Germany without identification and, as a result, are much harder to deport to their home countries if their asylum claim is rejected.
Last month, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) admitted that despite 86 percent of African migrants having rejected asylum applications, only 3,164 out of the total of 27,250 who came in the first six months of 2018 were deported.
“Many pose as minors travelling alone, because word has spread that they will qualify for more benefits. … To lie about their age, many people use false passports and other identity documents,” he said. Even when the government is aware of the countries in which asylum seekers originate, deportations remain difficult.
In an attempt to answer questions about the origins of migrants coming to the country, such as links to terror organisations, whether they are lying about their age or where they come from, the government proposed to seize and examine the mobile phones of asylum seekers last year.