Migrants to be deported

in News · 25-09-2020 01:00:00 · 3 Comments

The 28 undocumented migrants who landed on Isla Deserta in Faro on 15 September will remain in the custody of the Foreigners and Borders Service (SEF) until they are deported from the country.

According to Faro Tribunal, the migrants “will remain in the custody of the SEF, while awaiting deportation procedures to be initiated”.

The hearing took place by videoconference, after two of the migrants tested positive during Covid-19 screening tests.

The national director of SEF, Cristina Gatões, said that the migrants who tested positive are separated from the rest of the group, “complying with the determinations of the health authority”.

The migrants have been staying at the Logistics Support Base (BAL) in Quarteira, in the municipality of Loulé, since they arrived
SEF also said that the 28 migrants - 24 male adults, three female, one of them pregnant, and a minor - have been guaranteed all their basic needs for food and medical assistance.


,emigrate ,Refujiados,todos eles devem se revistos ,se forem criminoso,devem ser repartiados ,ha uma que na rialidades ja temos bastantes criminos no nosso Pais,,i para algum nao devia ver mais o sol, prizao propetua, ou forca,homem deve ser na vida disipelinado, ser calmo,ter passiencia, ser positivo,se for assim vai ter uma vida feliz.

By Eugeniovitorino from Other on 26-09-2020 04:36

The majority of all the migrants should be deported as they do not qualify for asylum

By PG from Lisbon on 25-09-2020 10:58

Il faut refouler tout cela, montrer l'exemple pour éviter un appel d'air pour les autres prêts à saute rsur n'importe quelle occasion.Le maroc n'est pas en guerre les marocains n'ont rien à faire au Portugal

By Michel Schuermans from Algarve on 25-09-2020 08:19
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