Here’s gratitude for you. The German government isn’t being quick enough to bring in their families. Hop to it, dhimmis!
“17,000 refugees complain about better status,” translated from “17.000 Flüchtlinge klagen auf besseren Status,” RP Online, October 18, 2016 (thanks to Robert):
Berlin. Since they are increasingly granted only a lower protection status, which permits their families to immigrate only after two years, more and more Syrians are filing suit in the administrative courts.
According to the “Süddeutsche Zeitung”, 17,000 refugees have complained in the first eight months of this year. The newspaper refers to the response of the Federal Government to the request of a left-deputy. In August alone, there were 6000, 15,000 of the total charges had been submitted by Syrians.
Almost all suits succeed.
Almost always, the judges had classified the status of refugees who had only been secured by subsidiary protection to a higher level of protection: 90 percent of complaints had been successful….