Finland: 70 Per Cent of Migrants Denied Asylum Convert to Christianity, Appeal

Authorities in Finland have noted a significant increase in failed asylum seekers converting to Christianity and appealing their deportation orders.

Immigration Service’s department for asylum seekers director Tirsa Forssell told national Finnish broadcaster Yle Novosti that cases of asylum seekers converting to Christianity has “increased significantly” – notably after the migrants are denied refugee status.

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