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The agreement on the return of illegal immigrants and the rejection of asylum requests, "The Times" reveals details from Rama's phone call with Rishi Sunak: Who returns from Britain will...
Written by SOT.COM.AL 2 Dhjetor 2022
"The Times" has devoted an article to illegal Albanian immigrants, focusing on the statements of the British authorities for their return, focusing on the telephone conversation of Prime Minister Edi Rama with the British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak.
"The Times" writes that Prime Minister Rama and his British counterpart have talked and agreed that they will work together to address issues related to asylum requests and the return of illegal Albanian immigrants.
"Albanians who abuse the British modern slavery law to avoid deportation can be returned to Albania and their claims as victims of modern slavery can be examined in their country.
Illegal immigrants from Albania can also be returned to their country before appeals against rejected asylum claims are considered.
The plans are expected to be part of a new rapid return agreement, which took another positive step after the telephone conversation held by Rishi Sunak with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama.
The pair "agreed that more needs to be done to tackle illegal migration and organized crime," Doëning Street said.
There has been an increase in the number of Albanians entering the UK illegally via dinghies, especially this year. Around a quarter of the 43,400 migrants who have crossed the Channel have been from Albania.
Doëning Street said that Sunak and Rama discussed "closing the issues that are preventing the quick return of asylum seekers".
This was understood to include measures to stop Albanians escaping deportation by claiming they were victims of modern slavery.
But a record 3,432 Albanians, in the first nine months of the year alone, claimed to be victims. Three quarters of Albanian claims were made by adults, according to Home Office statistics.
Claiming to be a victim of modern slavery allows individuals to stay in the UK while Home Office officials assess their claim.
Channel crossings continued this week, with 426 migrants arriving on eight boats on Wednesday, according to the Ministry of Defence, bringing the total for this year to 43,934.
The Home Office confirmed it was considering increasing the legal limit for detaining migrants at Manston in Kent from 24 hours to four days.