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Migration Service Backs Down on Deportation

A young man from Afghanistan will finally get to stay in Sweden.

23-year old Serajdin Rajabi has endured a harrowing chain of events since fleeing Afghanistan.

Sweden’s Migration Board first gave him permission to stay, then renounced that decision and now have given him permanent residency.

His parents and brother were killed by the Taliban and Rajabi went underground in Sweden to avoid being sent back to what he feared would be his own death.

The General Director of the Migration Board has now apologised for their treatment of the asylum seeker and says that their current decision is the right one.

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