Speeding ticket puts a stop to Danish citizenship

He has lived in Denmark for more than a decade, and it is his great desire to become a Danish citizen, but speed bumps have all the time deferred the dream that

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
27 December 2019 Friday 14:00
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Speeding ticket puts a stop to Danish citizenship

He has lived in Denmark for more than a decade, and it is his great desire to become a Danish citizen, but speed bumps have all the time deferred the dream that gradually evolved into a nightmare for Rilwan Hassan.

south Jutland-the player had basically passed the citizenship test, but he ended up having to up for a new try, which he also passed, because meanwhile there had come a new test. And then I just have to wait on, that he would appear in the bill and get his Danish citizenship.

But it has Rilwan Hassan is not scored, and it comes he does not get the next year.

It is Advice, which in today's version can tell you that the nigerian got a moving violation for a year's time ago, while he played in FC Midtjylland. Fine provides a period of quarantine from seeking Danish citizenship at four and a half years, and thus, there is still three and a half years before he can apply for a Danish citizenship. When he searched, it will take additional months - according to the Aliens affairs and Integration is the processing time right now at 19 months, more than a year and a half.

Rilwan Hassan, 28 years old, is crushed over the latest development.

- I have full respect for that you must abide by the law and the rules, it gives the itself. It cannot and should not be different. But I do not agree that the rules must be so much harder for me, because I am a foreigner. I do not understand, there must be the difference, especially when it's about a moving violation, " says Rilwan Hassan to Advice and explains:

- I am simply so sorry. I will like to be here. My child must grow up here, and I have been going to look after the house. What else could I do? I can't see myself living anywhere else. And so I can't get the citizenship.

Now, the 28-year-old Victorian player who has his contract this summer, so assess whether he would wait a further three and a half years to seek citizenship - and then waiting 19 months on the processing time or whether he will try to go abroad and score a big contract. Previously Rilwan Hassan said no to the big contract and money.

Get the full story on the nigerian, who, unlike his compatriots Izunna Uzochukwu and Sylvester Igboun did not take away from Denmark, because he so much desired to be a dane, in today's edition of Advice, which you can buy here.

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Updated: 27.12.2019 14:00
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