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Indonesia was once a short stop-over for Middle East asylum seekers queuing for ferries to Northern Australia. The lines are getting longer. So is the wait for a resolution. The grim posters feature a rickety craft on a rolling sea under a dirty sky.
You will not make Australia home. The small print warns those registered with the UN High Commission for Refugees in Jakarta after 1 July will never reach their goal. A year ago there were around 13, known illegal migrants the official Indonesian term stranded in the Republic with about half from Afghanistan.
The increase is despite 1, refugees being resettled, mainly in Canada and the US in the same year. This means almost 2, got into Indonesia in by-passing immigration. Researchers say the usual route is to fly into Malaysia, take a boat across the Malacca Straits to Sumatra then public transport to Java. Last year Australia took down from more than three years earlier , the US These numbers will tumble. President Donald Trump is cutting the intake and trying to ban people from six Muslim-majority nations.
The process can take years. Indonesia is getting serious about trafficking. So around 4, squat in community halls or rent rooms around Cisarua in West Java known for its cheap lodgings. Anwar said it would take 14 years to clear all asylum seekers at the current rate of resettlement provided no new arrivals.
He forecast conflict unless the process is accelerated. Indonesia is confronting the issues but Australia is paying the bills. These domestic arrangements could sink soon. This year Indonesian President Joko Widodo signed a decree confirming refugees have three options — resettlement, repatriation or deportation, though countries like Iran refuse to accept returnees.