Finnish authorities will impose stricter requirements for family reunification in the next few years, as a record number of asylum applications granted by the authorities in 2015.

Yle website reported that immigration officials expect to see an increase in family reunification requests once refugees settle in and therefore the national authorities believe that they should adopt reforms, to take control of the situation.

The Finish website reported that the government will add new rules fro...

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