80% of failed asylum seekers stay

The Times

Just 20% of deportation orders for unsuccessful asylum seekers are estimated to be implemented in Ireland, according to a report published by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).

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The report, which was produced for the European Migration Network (EMN), said it was impossible to give an exact implementation rate, as some orders might be enforced years after they were issued, but that approximately 80% of deportation judgements were believed to go unimplemented.