The immigration program of Finland has changed – the transfer of the Ingermanlanders to their historical homeland ceases.

The immigration program of Finland has changed – the transfer of the Ingermanlanders to their historical homeland ceases.

The immigration program of Finland has changed – the transfer of the Ingermanlanders to their historical homeland ceases.
In accordance with the draft amendments to the Finnish immigration program, the transfer of the Ingermanlanders to their historical homeland is stopped, and those in the queue for a residence permit will seek to find work in the Finnish labor market.
For more than 20 years, the law has allowed ethnic Finns to move to their historical homeland. This opportunity has already benefited 30 thousand Ingermanlanders. The initiator of the law on the repatriation of Ingermanlanders in the early 1990s was the then President of Finland, Mauno Koivisto, formally recognizing the responsibility of the country to the Ingermanland people and inviting all Ingermanland residents to move to Finland.
According to the immigration policy program of Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen, this line of Finnish authorities has long been planned to “dissolve”, but now the output seems to have been found. The only solution to the problem will be the closing of the queue for repatriation in the near future. For this purpose, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Finland proposed a draft amendment to the law on foreigners.
In an interview with a Scandi News journalist, Senior Inspector of the Ministry of the Interior Elina Szetela said that more than 20,000 candidates are currently in the queue to move to Finland. The Ministry is going to decide their fate in the coming years, and not the fact that the decision regarding those in the queue will be the consent to move. Perhaps a compromise solution would be to give the Ingermans the opportunity to study or work in Finland.
While the exact plans of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the country concerning queued Ingermanlanders are unknown. The main goal of the project is to close the queue for relocation in the near future. About 400-500 Ingermanlanders move to Finland every year for permanent residence. With such a & lquo; speed & raquo; the turn will disappear, at least after 15-20 years.
It is worth noting that the amendment of the law will not concern the descendants of citizens of Finland.
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