Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on State aid
to study associations for specific actions for people who
1. subject to the Act (1994:137) on the reception of asylum seekers
and others, or
2. Regulation (2010:1122) on State compensation for
efforts for some foreigners who reside in
The Swedish Migration Board's fixed property.
The purpose of the State's contribution is to provide a meaningful
employment during asylum time and speed up a future
establishment in working and social life for those granted
Government subsidies provided to the extent that the availability of funds.
Conditions for State aid
section 2 of the Government subsidies may be provided to such colleges as
Education the Council may allocate State subsidies under the
Regulation (2015:218) concerning State aid to the people.
section 3 of the Government subsidies may be provided for free activities
aims to strengthen skills in Swedish language and if
society and to promoting participation in employment and
community life for asylum seekers and for people who have a
residence permits and live in the Finnish immigration service
section 4 of the adult education associations to dialogue with the Immigration Agency if
were the activities which the State contribution is paid for, shall
Applications and decisions on State aid
section 5 an application for Government grants made to the Education Council,
hearing questions about and pay the premium.
paragraph 6 of the decision on State aid, it should be made clear for which
business grant is awarded. The decision shall indicate
If the amount of the grant, the conditions attached to the grant
and the order for payment.
section 7 of The program have received Government grants under this
Regulation shall account for how the funds Education Council has
been used. Report shall contain a statement of the
business that funds have been used to and the results
has been achieved.
section 8 Education Council in its annual report, submit a
consolidated presentation of who has received State aid under
This regulation and the amounts.
In addition, the Education Council by 1 June of each year
to the Government to provide a summary of the
activities which it paid the premium has been applied for and,
If possible, provide a comprehensive assessment of the effects of
relation to its purpose.
Refunds and chargebacks
§ 9 The program have received Government grants under this
Regulation is the repayment obligation, if
1. the premium has been provided on improper grounds or with too high
2. the refund entirely or partially unused or not
has been used for the purpose for which it has been granted,
3. the recipient does not submit such a report referred to in
section 7, or
4. the recipient have not complied with the terms set forth by decision
If the contribution.
section 10 if anyone is liable to refund under section 9, shall
Education the Council may decide to fully or partially require
back State subsidies. If there are special reasons for it,
Education Council may decide to refrain, in whole or in part
from demands for repayment.
Applicability of the administrative procedure act
section 11 of the cases referred to in this regulation should apply
Administrative Procedure Act (1986:223) provisions of
– paragraphs 11 and 12 of his disqualification,
– paragraphs 16 and 17 if a party's right to receive information,
-section 20 on motivation of decisions, and
– paragraph 21 on notification of the decision.
paragraph 12 of Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.