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Illegal immigration to Ireland by plane: government with caution

Dublin: The number of people arriving at Ireland’s airports without adequate travel documents has fallen sharply, Justice Minister Simon Harris has said.

The minister stated that the number of fraudulent activities has decreased since airlines began charging passengers who did not have important documents such as passports.

“This year, 175 fines have been imposed on airlines for letting people off the plane without documents,” the minister told reporters. “This year, 40 percent of asylum seekers in Ireland arrived through Dublin Airport without travel documents.”

They destroy their passports before reaching the immigration control section at Dublin Airport. Then they complain and seek asylum at the airport. Most of them come from Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Turkey. Between January and May alone, 2,915 people were brought to Dublin Airport this way. Those who did not present their travel documents to immigration officers were denied entry into the country.

However, they were later able to claim asylum under international standards, with 2,232 of them (or 77 percent) allowed to remain in Ireland for their claim to be assessed, Freedom of Information documents show.

The documents show that 90 of those who arrive in this way belong to a particular religious group. Secret organisations are also assisting those who arrive as part of global agendas. However, most European countries, including Ireland, are forced to pay for those seeking asylum due to humanitarian considerations.

The authorities, however, are unable to determine the exact number of people who cross the border by land or sea. Ireland welcomes refugees from countries including Ukraine, considering their situation. Meanwhile, religious-based smuggling is rampant.

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