Unaccompanied minors may have more time to find work

Now unaccompanied minors have six months to find a job after high school. The government wants to change it so that they instead get one year.

Harder during the pandemic to get a job

The proposal was made because now during the pandemic it is more difficult to find work. Therefore, part-time study funds should also be counted as a source of income, but that there is also income from work in addition to that.

Another proposal is that employment with a vocational introduction should provide a permanent residence permit.

M, L, KD and SD against the proposal

The Moderates, Liberals, Christian Democrats and Sweden Democrats are against the proposal.

The government is gradually crumbling regulated immigration, says M’s migration policy spokesperson Maria Malmer Stenergard to TT.

S and MP for the proposal

The Social Democrats and the Green Party are positive to the proposal. There is no assessment of how many it would have been easier if you changed the requirements.

But that would be significant for the most part, says MPs Rasmus Ling.

Rasmus Ling, politician, Member of Parliament for the Green Party. Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT

C has changed

When the proposal first came last spring, the Center Party was positive to the proposal. But in December, the proposal was rejected by the party. C’s migration policy spokesperson writes to TT Jonny Cato that you does not want more “patching and fixing” in migration policy.

Jonny Cato Hansson, politician, Member of Parliament for the Center Party. Photo: Henrik Montgomery / TT

When it can take effect

The amendments to the law are proposed to enter into force on 20 July 2021 and apply until the end of June 2023.

The proposal is now out for consultation for views from authorities and organizations, reports Sydsvenskan.

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