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A review of news from the Internet (July 2011)

[data wpisu: 25.08.2011]

Summary of “what’s popping up in the Internet” for July 2011. We encourage you to read the full articles on the authors’ site

GazetaPrawna.pl www.gazetaprawna.pl

No strict penalties for illegal work. Poland will not put into practice the Directive tightening the rules on time (8 July 2011)
“Poland has only 12 days to implement so called Frattini’ Directive. According to this Directive, foreigners who work illegally would gain even more protection from dishonest employees. It is now known that polish authorities will not implement it on time, because the project of this act s stuck in the Government Centre for Legislation”
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Are you going to Milan? Watch out for fake police officers! (9 July 2011)
“Police in Milan broke up a gang of six foreigner robbers, who claimed to be Italian police officers. They were using fake IDs, and were stealing from the foreigner tourists.”
Read more at GazetaPrawna.pl >>

OECD: Polish citizens are still the most numerous group of immigrants in Norway and Great Britain (13 July 2011)
“Statistical immigrant, who arrives to Poland comes from Ukraine or from Belarus, but one in three creates his own workplace.”
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Abolition will allow the immigrants to work in Poland legally (13 July 2011)
“Illegal immigrants soon will be able to take advantage of the abolition and legalize their residency in Poland. This gate will benefit even 5,5 thousand foreigners according to preliminary estimates.”
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These are to most expensive cities to live in for foreigners (13 July 2011)
“The Capitol city of Angola, Luanda for the second year in a row is the most expensive city to live in for foreigners – so according to the ranking published yesterday by Mercer, a consulting firm.”
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Eurostat: In Poland there is the lowest percentage of foreigners in EU (14 July 2011)
“Only 0,1% of Polish population in 2010 were citizens of other countries, informed on Thursday the Eurostat – union Statistical Office. It is the lowest percentage in whole European Union. On Union territory lives over 32,5 million foreigners”
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There is only 37 million of us (22 July 2011)
” Poland has lost over million citizens. These are the people who after accessing to the EU structures left Poland because of work and they have no intentions of coming back. They are handling very well abroad, better than in their motherland. Even the crisis on West didn’t caused mass comebacks. According to GUS only 340 thousand people came back.”
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Border Guard www.strazgraniczna.pl

Irresponsible joke (11 July 2011)
“10 July , the officers from the Border Guard facility in Warszawa – Okęcie stopped a traveller, who declared at the security control that he has an explosive device and a bomb in his registered baggage. I was a stupid joke and because of it he will bear criminal responsibility.”
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Escape thwarted (20 July 2011)
“19 July, the officers from Nadodrzański Border Guard facility in Świecko stopped Lithuanian citizen who drove a vehicle stolen in Danmark with stolen German plates on it”
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Fake statements, fake firm (22 July 2011)
“19 July, the officers from Border Guard facility revealed another case of visa extortion for foreigners from Polish citizen who issued 166 fictional statements of intention to entrust the work for a foreigners in his non existing firm.”
Read more at the Border Guard >>

5 Afghans held on a green border (22 July 2011)
“21 July, a few kilometers from Polish-Ukrainian state border, the officers from Border Guard facility in Lubaczowa (Bieszczadzki OSG) stopped 5 illegal immigrants from Afghanistan and 2 citizens of Ukraine, who were supposed to take over the group, and then transport them into the country.”
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