Released asylum seekers banned from working in TA, Eilat – Israel News, Ynetnews

The Population and Immigration Authority stated that, \”The State has the authority and the right to set conditions to the release of infiltrators. The policy is to prevent the entrance of further infiltrators to cities that harbor large populations of infiltrators, thereby avoiding any further burden, as much as possible, to local population.\” It is important to note that up until the decision, any asylum seeker released from detention would get documentation that specifically stated it was merely a release permit and not a work permit. Released asylum seekers were therefore not allowed to work at all, thus specifying Tel Aviv and Eilat as cities in which they cannot live or work, is redundant.

via Released asylum seekers banned from working in TA, Eilat – Israel News, Ynetnews.

 

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