Foreigners refusing to leave the country Policy not to be accommodated if certain conditions are met November 7, 4:34
Regarding the problem that foreigners who have been deported have refused to leave the country and have been detained for a long time, the Immigration Bureau of Japan has put together a policy for law revision, and foreigners who meet certain conditions are detained in the facility. Instead, they allow them to live a social life with their relatives.
Regarding the problem that foreigners who have been deported due to illegal stay etc. refused to leave the country and have been detained for a long time in facilities such as immigration centers in various places, the Immigration Bureau of Japan is preparing to revise the law. We have summarized the policies.
According to this, foreigners who meet certain conditions, such as a new "supervision measure" will be set up until they leave the country and the risk of escape is low, will not be accommodated in the facility as before, but relatives. It is allowed to live a social life under a supervisor such as a supporter or a supporter.
In addition, in order to encourage voluntary departure, if you indicate your intention to leave the country before being deported, the period until re-entry, which is prohibited for 5 years in principle, is shortened to 1 year. I will.
On the other hand, regarding the provisions of the law that the deportation is suspended during the refugee application, the suspension will not be permitted from the third application as it will lead to long-term detention, and the evacuation will be ordered for any annoying acts that refuse to move out. A new procedure will be established, and penalties including imprisonment will be imposed if the procedure is not followed.
The Immigration Bureau of Japan will submit the necessary amendments to the law to the ordinary session of the Diet next year.