You’d think they’d increase the number of judges or whatever. They’re going to have the cost regardless, so do it faster.

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    292 months ago

    The courts are not able to keep up with the number of people seeking asylum. Courts are also slow on the first place, so together that means everything takes forever.

    Increasing the ability of courts to process immigration to meet demand is the real solution to the immigration ‘crisis’ which has been manufactured by unrealistically low immigration quotas based on lies about immigrant crime rates.

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    Depends on what country. But in general, probably because the departments responsible tend to be understaffed and overworked, regardless of where, and there are quite a lot of migrants.