Saturday, July 29, 2017

How to Fix Immigration in Europe

For months, the EU has been attempting to force Poland, Hungary, and Czech to accept migrants and quotas.  Each has said that the quota system is unacceptable, and that only they can decided who to accept or to what number.

I've sat and spent a fair amount of time reading over immigration in Europe.  If you go and research it.....each country has a regulation in existence and it details the process and paperwork involved.  Most have a program that if you show up and apply....showing capital for investment get a hefty push to the front of the line.  Each can claim on their own that they do have a immigration program and it is functional....just that they are picky about who they accept.

If I were Hungary....I'd sit and look over this whole EU argument, and revise my program to some degree.

First, I'd assign a PhD guy to come up with the formula of how many should be allowed entry per year.  Take the GDP, the unemployment rate, the general cost that the country can afford, the housing availability....then reach some magic number.  With 9.8-million residents in Hungary, I might take a guess that the max they can handle in one single year is 9,800.

Then I'd tell the EU folks that the 9,800 will be divided up.  1,000 positions are reserved for those with capital or business background.  From the remaining group....half of them entering must have a degree or job experience.  So for the crowd with minimum's limited to 4,400 individuals (to include the individual, his/her spouse, and kids into this group).  You can sense the EU guy getting irked at this description already.

Then I'd announce that ONLY people with a legit ID/Passport....verified of course with the country they came from....will be allowed into this program.

Then I'd announce that ONLY individuals over the age of eighteen will be accepted.  No juveniles unless they are with the parents.

Then I'd announce that a background process would occur where the individual would be examined for mental deficiency (is he crazy).  A TB test will occur.  A criminal check will be done in the home-country.

Then I would interview each applicant under this deal bound for Hungary and make them aware of the limited amount of support for integration (a integration center for two months, language classes to be offered by the country, and some housing support for 12 months). I'd make them aware of the tax-rate, and the general amount of pay they can expect with no job experience. I'd also make them aware  that they will be assigned to one single area or city for the first six years of their introduction period to Hungary, and that they can't move unless their job requires it. A contract would be extended to the EU, the individual and the country being relieved of the migrant.  It'd basically say that if the guy fails to integrate or refuses to work within two years of acceptance....he goes back into the EU pot and must be accepted back by Italy (my guess is that Italy won't dare sign the document).

The thing with the EU is that they've become bureaucratic.  So, they need to get the same bureaucratic treatment when handling affairs like this.

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