Another Week, Another Deportation Case at Third-Level. When Will the State Learn?

Ireland“Third-level’s airwaves were taken up by a dishearteningly familiar conversation this week when yet another student – Hamza Khan, a University of Sanctuary scholar in University College Cork – looked down the barrel of a deportation order against him and his family. This time, the government backtracked quite quickly, with Tánaiste Simon Coveney informing the family that the government would review their case …” (more)

[University Times, 19 January]

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One Response to “Another Week, Another Deportation Case at Third-Level. When Will the State Learn?”

  1. D Says:

    “This ad hoc style of protecting asylum seekers is not a sustainable way of dealing with deportation orders”
    True, there should be no ad hoc granting of refugee status. They should adhere to the original lawful court ruling and deport. I don’t care what free course a university has put them on as universities are not part of the legal system.

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