An entire family who came to Norway as asylum seekers in 1990 now risk losing their Norwegian citizenship, reports P4.
The reason is that the Immigration Service (UDI) believes that the parents of the family gave incorrect information when they said that they were stateless Palestinians, writes Aftenposten.
Also their grandchildren, who were born in Norway, now risk having to leave Norway.
At the end of last year UDI had around 500 cases of withdrawal of citizenship, as Norway's crackdown on untruthful asylum seekers continues.
Previously Norway has deported almost 10,000 criminal immigrants, which has resulted in a dramatic decrease of crimes in the capital Oslo:
FrP: We did this
In addition to deporting people who should not be in the country, Norway's Immigration Minister, Sylvi Listhaug, is clear on that the key to a successful integration is not more immigration, but less. In fact Norway has made a number of restrictions to avoid such a mass immigration that is currently ruining its neighbouring country Sweden, including tougher requirements for family reunification:
Norway: Go there, not here
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