An EU enforced scheme will see the initial number of refugees being granted asylum in Ireland dramatically increase as the Humanitarian Admission Programme 2 is initiated which will allow at least an additional 530 refugees join family members in Ireland.
Refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Congo, Somalia and six other countries that have been designated by the UN as the top 10 countries from which refugees are fleeing can apply for the family reunification programme which began on May 14th.
This is expected to exponentially increase the number of refugees being granted permeant residence in EU members such as Ireland.
The EU is keen to increase the flow of migrants and refugees to its member states as it hopes that overtime it will erode national homogeneity (identity) and make the populations of the various members states more amenable to a fully federalised EU superstrate.
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