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section 1 of the Swedish Migration Board may, on application, to decide whether State
contribution (reestablishment allowance) to a foreigner, if
1. He has refused an application for
residence permit under Chapter 5. section 1 of the Aliens Act (2005:716)
or the equivalent older provisions,
2. the foreign national intends to voluntarily return to a country
or part of a country because of severe contradictions
has very limited potential for re-establishment of
3. it seems likely that the alien will be
received in the country he or she intends to return to.
With the refusal referred to in the first subparagraph 1 assimilated depreciation after
the foreigner has withdrawn its application for
section 2 of the application for reestablishment allowance shall be made in close connection
the application for a residence permit has been refused.
Although the application has been submitted later than provided for in the first
subparagraph may be given reestablishment allowance if it is deemed
necessary to comply with an international agreement
as Sweden has entered into, or if it is deemed to be of particular
importance for promoting a voluntary
paragraph 3 of the reestablishment allowance may be granted also to the spouse or common-law partner that is
follow along to the country to which the alien intends to return.
Reestablishment allowance may also be granted to the alien's included
children under the age of 18 years. If there are special reasons,
reestablishment allowance in addition given to other accompanying
relatives who live in domestic community with the foreigner in
4 § reestablishment allowance shall not be given to anyone who is Swedish
citizens, nor to the previously received such
5 § reestablishment allowance be provided subject to availability of funds.
section 6 of the reestablishment allowance shall be paid by 30 000 SEK
Anyone who has reached the age of 18 and with 15,000 dollars for anyone who does not
has reached the age of 18, with a maximum of 75 000 SEK per family.
The reestablishment allowance shall be paid out in connection with
section 7 of the immigration service may decide to recover
reestablishment allowance in full or in part, if the recipient is not
Returns voluntarily or after return from entering
illegal in Sweden. The same applies if the recipient by
incorrect information or otherwise caused to
reestablishment allowance incorrectly has been provided or has been provided with
for high amounts.
paragraph 8 of the Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.
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