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Hi everybody this is John from yessum more than welcome back and thanks for watching if it's your first time on my channel welcome today I have another video today I want to talk about difference between a refugee travel document and reentry permit if you want to know something about it stay tuned and I'll be right back you will see moon the refugee travel document is a document um which looks like a passport on you used to travel abroad you should want to travel outside the United States of America for example and you are refugee here in the United States and what you are prideful or that refugee or travel document in order to go outside the United States and come back without a problem so the refugee travel document is only valid for one year so after one year you have to reapply for another one if you want to travel outside the United States of America again on the other hand the re-entry permit first of all you have to have like to be a permanent resident in United States to apply for entry permit if we're going to premise also a travel document ball um it valid for two years later you want to travel outside United States and go overseas and stay there for let's say less than three years no more than three or up to three years but no more than two years then you can apply for reentry permit so that document we allow you to come back to the United States of America or without having any problem with border or officers so that's the main difference so one is for two years though the other one is for is valid for one year so the re-entry permit is valid for two years and our refugee travel document is valid for one year so I see some people who are terminal reasoning but still apply for that one year or travel document maybe they don't know that they they can apply for reentry payment which is on valid for two years sometime they that they apply for the one years one and I mean one year one go to on whatever you want to go come back if you want to travel again they sit on the following year they applied for another winter criminal oh but they can save money in time just to apply for that two years and we're going to permit each other they can use to travel to whatever they want to go and for at least two years before they renewing nothing for today's video I hope you guys loved it and learn something from it if you know somebody who might benefit from this video this showed that person and also if you want to see more video like this one here all you got to do is subscribe once again my name is John thanks for watching and see.

FAQ

How can European countries offering asylum to Syrian refugees tell a genuine refugee from an ISIS infiltrator?
They absolutely can't, unless he was dumb enough to give them personal information which is electronically linkable to the Islamic State(I won't get into more details,) or unless someone rats on him.With millions of refugees to sort through, I suspect the Euro intelligence services will be overwhelmed and even ones with obvious IS connections will get through. Further, the worry I'd have is not IS hit teams and singletons getting through, but kids/young men who are currently not working for IS getting in and then being recruited/self-recruiting. European society's record at assimilating Muslims has not exactly been stellar over the last 70 years. There are, for instance, more British Muslims in IS than in the British military. The Charlie Hebdo/Hyper Cacher guys, Yassir Salhi, Mohammed Merah-none of these guys came to France as a sleeper agent. European culture is focused on comfort and nonaggression, and doesn't have very much to offer young Muslim men in terms of a way to express their masculine aggression.
How much greater is the carbon footprint of taking Mid-East conflict refugees / asylum seekers across the Atlantic vs to Europe & nearby countries?
In the short term, the difference is hugely in favour of European settlement,but the amounts of carbon saved would be trivial in proportion to global emissions.In the longer term, I imagine settling large numbers of people in ecological housing in the middle of the North American continent closer to food supplies would result in a much much lower carbon footprint.These things can be quantified by the way, but it all depends on the specifics. One person in a car has roughly the same impact as one person on a seat in a fully loaded plane. Both methods of transport are very catbon- dirty compared to a bicycle.
Why is Germany ready to take so many refugees and asylum seekers?
Your question is justified, because Germany has suddenly broken with its long-lasting  policy of preventing asylum. To understand what is going on, we need to look back. The EU followed and is still following a strict policy of closure. The policy can be summarized by protection from refugees rather than protection for refugees. As the most powerful state, Germany plays an important key role in the asylum policy of the EU. For example, Germany is mainly co-responsible for the Dublin rule. According to the Dublin rule, a member state of the EU can reject refugees if they arrive from another member state. Since Germany is surrounded by EU member states and by so-called safe third countries, they were one of the main advocates of the Dublin rule. It was common practice that Germany refused to process asylum from applicants that arrived from a safe third state. In doing so, Germany left the refugee problem to countries at external borders like Greece and Italy.Germany also used to block attempts to introduce a quota to fairly distribute refugees across all member states. Until recently, one common view was that most refugees mostly came for economic reasons and aimed to exploiting the social welfare state.For almost two decades, Germany and other EU member states accepted death refugees as a policy of deterrence and not as a necessity to change their policy. Since 1998, about 20,000 refugees drowned while trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to reach Europe ‡ 3,500 people  drowned in 2021 and 2000-2500 so far in 2021. showing an increasing trend. Until the tragedy in Lampedusa in 2021 with 300 deaths, some fellow European Union member states, including Germany and the United Kingdom, took the position that saving the lives of those in danger at sea was creating a magnet for irregular migration. Suddenly Germany has changed its mind? Not really. What will remain is the EU-wide policy of closure. What has changed is that Germany is willing to accept refugees from safe third EU countries, that Germany suspended the Dublin rule, and that Germany wants to introduce a quota to fairly distribute the refugees across EU member states. What also has changed is that almost all media outlets are pro-refugee and there is a strong support in the German population to accept refugees. In 2021. the European Court of Justice ruled that the Dublin rule is not applicable to countries like Greece (and also Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy) due to certain legal shortcomings, therefore, rejected asylum applicants that have entered Germany from those states could successfully file claims against Germany. In addition, rules  that refugees should apply for asylum in the first EU member state of their arrival - usually  Italy or Greece - are no longer enforced, because the responsible Member States are overstrained by the huge amounts of incoming refugees.  Consequently, the Dublin rule became ineffective and suddenly Germany suspended the rule. This in turn means an increased influx of refugees and suddenly Germany suggested to introduce a quota.  To make the best of the misery, the public discussion about refugees is more and more accompanied by their economic usefulness for Germany. Note that this does not mean that acceptance of refugees is motivated by economical reasons as indicated by the question.Last but not least, all my respect goes to the German people who welcome the refugees in an unprecedented way. These people are the light of the world. But I am worried that the helpfulness today will change into anger and refusal in the long term.Acknowledgement: I am grateful to Meredith Lesly for improving this answer.
Why don't Muslim refugees go to Middle Eastern countries instead of going to Europe?
As Syrian/Muslim I can speak only for myself. Why would I want and aim to go to the Middle East/Gulf area when they locked the door in our face from day 1??My brother lives in Qatar. He tried to get us out of the war but Qatar was the first to shut us off. Then I travelled to Dubai in 2021. found work there and it was GOOD work but the government simply kept refusing my papers only because I’m Syrian. I went back to the war, stayed in Syria for a couple of months till death nearly got me, then the whole family decided to move out. Thinking of a land to accept us but no where except Egypt at that time. Both my parent are university professors and I work in the ad industry.As soon as we got to Egypt they labelled us “refugees” although we never went into the process there and we were living by our own savings which we spent it all there because we were treated like foreigners when it comes to rents. My house rent was double the salary I received in Egypt. Then Egypt failed big time when they refused to host any Syrians and Dad was on the same plane that day arriving in Cairo only to be made to wait for 9 hours and then shipped back to war to die alone in Syria after 6 months.The Saudis has never gave us visas. Whoever says that they did is a liar and let them show me the documentations for that, they indeed extended the visas and did reunions to families but with loads of complications on documentations/studying/working there. Ask people you know there, Saudi and the Gulf area is the biggest & richest countries, they keep sending money that we never saw in real life and we keep asking for help not money but they think they can save us with money when what we really need is humanity and humans.That’s why I’m in the Netherlands now, I took refuge here after I hated each and every Arab country. At last I found a country that respects, cares and welcomes me as a human being.It is not Islam. It is humanity that we search for in times of war, not anything else.
Syrian refugees currently living in 'the West': how hard was it to be granted asylum and to arrive in a new place after fleeing a war zone?
In SwitzerlandAs side job I'm teaching some of the youngsters of those refugees, here in Switzerland.The first arrived five years ago, even before the explosion of the general conflict.In our NGO, with other youngsters, we have to prepare them to find and follow a 3-4year dual apprenticeship. In Switzerland, an apprenticeship not only guarantees future work with a decent salary, but also opens the doors, after 25 years, to almost all universities. So this first certificate becomes a precious asset for the future integration.20% of the 200 students we coach and teach each year are refugees, from countries as Somalia, Eritrea, Yemen, Syria, Palestine, Sri Lanka, Algeria and former Yugoslavia. They already spent between 4 to 2 years within the country, 2 years being the minimal period for them to learn the bases of the French language. So those "adult children" don't live anymore in the local asylum centers, but within a proper appartment, rented by the state for them and their family.They never want to speak about their past experience and we don't want to enter to much in it too, as our goal is to focus them on their future. However almost all their stories include a missing parent, a lost brother or sister, the urgence of the departure, the excessive cold of freezing outdoor nights, the thirsts of day long marches under the sun.I don't want to enter in sensationalism. A young girl spoke to me recently about a baby falling from a bus that didn't stop or gasoline drops as unique ressource to appease the thirst and the hunger. The souvenirs of absurd and lethal bombings appear to be kind of a systematic leitmotiv.After 7 years of activity within this foundation, my admiration for their courage and capacity of adaptation is still growing day after day. Syrians not only absorb new knowledge without delay but also are appreciated by bosses and colleagues who enjoy their presence within the small companies which are training them. Nobody see behind them a former refugee but more another futur Swiss citizen.The 25% of foreigners are the breeding ground that ensure the future strength of this country. They represent 33% of the 20-39 age trench.Syrians simply adapt to this process quickly and efficiently as Italians, Spaniards and Portugeses one generation ago.The share of people in the field of asylum is  4.4% of foreigners permanently residing in Switzerland, 1,1% of the total population, so 80'000 persons, they represent 2 years of asylium immigration.EuropeThose are some figures to answer to the political issue.On 1 January 2021. 19.6 million third-country citizens and 33.5 million people 3.9 % of the population born outside the European Union were living in the EU -28.984 800 persons acquired the nationality of a Member State of the European Union in 2013How many of those 33.5 million people are refugees is an information almost impossible to find, but as they melt very quickly in the mass of the working invisibles, we could assume that a maximum of 0,5%, 3 milion perhaps,  of the European population could be considered as refugees. This percentage is decreasing in Europe since the end of the Yugoslavian civil wars.Could PSG star Ibrahimovic considered as a former asylum seeker?By comparison, the proportion of refugees housed by developing countries in the past 10 years has risen, according to the UN, from 70% to 86%.Refugees and immigrants are the only possible solution for Europe to recover economically and pay back part of the debts of the member states.Syrians are by far the best educated and trained people, who searched for asylum in Europe, since the Hungarian tragic events of 1956.10 truths about Europe’s migrant crisisbildungssystem.educa.chIn FrenchStatistique suisse - Age et nationalité1. Statistiques: personnes relevant du domaine de l'asile en Suisse - asile.ch
How many have filled out an I-864 to sponsor an immigrant or opened their home to a refugee family?
It's an affidavit for support you can get it on line Homepage forms it's 10 pages. Get two or three or copy it in case you make a mistake.
I am from Syria and I am living in Lebanon. How can I go to Sweden as an asylum or refugee seeker?
Get proof of employment, bank deposit, etc.Book a return flight to for example Hamburg, book a hotel online, print out the itinerary.Apply for a Schengen Visa for tourism. If you register for a conference, even better.Once you get in, there's practically no border control, and the DB trains are pretty good.Credit cards (MasterCard or Visa) are generally very convenient.When you get to Sweden, see an attorney for advice.
How does Australia compare to other countries in terms of treatment of asylum seekers/refugees?
Australia is quite mixed in its history of immigration in general.Our history includes anti-Chinese riots in the 1850s, abusive treatment of Irish potato famine orphans, the White Australia policy restricting immigration by people of colour which continued until the mid-20th century.The Refugee Council advised me that 850k refugees have been received here, but the period was not stated - possibly since World War 2.The recent record seems less positive. Currently there are approximately 1600 refugees held in indefinite detention in off-shore concentration camps on the pretext that they have arrived by boat and their detention is justified to deter others from taking the risky sea voyage, usually from Indonesia or Sri Lanka. (More recently, a deal has been reached to send most of the refugees in the camps to the USA.)The conditions in the camps appear quite draconian and designed to either make the occupants‡ lives so dreadful that they will return to their countries of origin. This has presumably been the reason for the suicide of some detainees. There are numerous credible reports of child abuse and rape in the camps, and the Government has attempted to suppress these reports by making it illegal for helping professionals to report on these matters.Currently boats detected at sea are turned back or if not seaworthy, the occupants are set afloat in lifeboats. A news blackout is imposed by the Government, so the outcome of these interventions is not known. At times, refugee boats are returned to their country of origin and press reports indicate that some attempted refugees have been imprisoned for attempting to flee those countries.The public attitude is generally supportive of the Government’s actions, and I have acquaintances who have indicated that they would be in favour of sinking refugee boats and presumably drowning the refugees.In the years between 2021 and 2021. Australia had received about 35000 refugees, compared with 149,000 into Canada, 69,000 into Switzerland, 1.8 million into Turkey, 1.5 million into Pakistan and 267,000 into the USA. In population terms, Australia’s response is rather tiny, indicating the generally unwelcoming attitude already described.Having said that, if refugees are accepted into Australia, there are supportive measures available in terms of learning English, income support and general welfare assistance. Income support payments are by no means generous.