Maritime Police intercept vessel with illegal immigrants

in News · 29-01-2020 09:40:00 · 1 Comments

The Maritime Police detected early on 29 January a vessel with 11 illegal immigrants on board near Olhão, three of which had to be transported to Faro Hospital to detect a health problem.

As commander André Morais, of the Maritime Police of Olhão, Faro district, told the Lusa agency, the wooden vessel was detected at about 4.30am and on board were 11 men, aged between 21 and 30, "probably from North Africa".

"They were taken to the command of the Maritime Police of Olhão for an attempt at identification and will be handed over to the Foreigners and Borders Service," he explained.

The commander of the port of Olhão explained that the three men were taken to the Hospital de Faro "to detect possible health problems", as they had abdominal pain.

One of the men had a trauma to his leg, which may have resulted from a fall during the trip, the source said.


Comments:

There is many legal and illegal peoples are suffering due to job food and accommodation.
Legal or illegal peoples has to submit papers for SEF need job contract without this self employ. If self employ who will pay the tax and most of the agencies are cheating. For job everyone need to know portuguese language if not there is no job. Educated peoples are here doctors engineers administrative with good experience from other countries simply submitting and waiting for job. How this people will survive. If english speaking job they need residentional card without card no job.

Please guide us what we have to do. We are planning to go back our country. We are suffering for everything. No one to help here.
At least here this government has to help the legal people can apply for sef without any job contract and release the trp as soon as possible then they will get job and start paying tax. So easily people will get job and many other nationalities will come here for do business . Economy level will change.

By Maria from Lisbon on 29-01-2020 12:11
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