The deadline for the intended ‘ y-to-go’ return programme is December 31. After that, the travellings will no longer be able to claim the one-off yment and will keep to stay in France, where they will be expected to proceed with their asylum allege, a French office for immigration and integration, OFII said.
The one-time yment, how in the world, is only a “temporary measure” introduced to reduce immigration and to help opulence pressure on French immigration officials.
The yment offers migrants the opening to start afresh in their country of origin, the director general of the OFII, Didier Leschi, predicted.
The ‘ y-to-go’ bonus, which used to be =80650 (£550) jumped up to =801,000 (£850) in October.
In olden days the figure was capped at =801.850 (£1,500) by interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve thought earlier this month.
He said: “The aim here is to encourage cash-strapped aliens in France to return home.
Mr Leschi said: “We want to significantly increase the slew of voluntary returns, and hope that some of the 7,000 or so migrants who were decamp fromed from the ‘Jungle’ shanty town in Calais last month purposefulness take the money and go home.”
The OFII chief said that Afghan escapees would “probably be most interested” in the ‘ y-to-go’ return programme, ahead adding that “400 migrants had been sent back to Afghanistan in 2016,” com red to 19 the year in preference to.
He said: “We sent 3,051 people back to their home territory this year, and hope to send some 4,500 home next year.”
Home-bound vagrants will get a id flight home and resettlement assistance upon their profit for up to 12 months. Some will also be able to start their own house.”