Daily Archives: 8 May 2019

Hostages of the System: “All in all, it was worse than a prison”, says a young Ghanaian

“Waiting is the worst. You just wait and wait and then you wait some more. It’s even worse than if you were actually in prison because you don’t even know what you are doing time for or what your sentence

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Hostages of the System: “My eldest son rarely left his room. He would spend days in bed, covering his head with a blanket”

“My eldest son rarely left his room. He would spend days in bed, covering his head with a blanket. His arms and legs trembled whenever he saw guards but he would not run – he just froze in place. He

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SIP proposes to introduce call queuing at the Office for Foreigners

Association for Legal Intervention proposed to introduce call queuing mechanism at the Office for Foreigners (Department for Legalisation of Stay) in order to set an appointment for the revision of case records. We receive numerous complaints that it is close

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