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English watchdog urges French to speed up lone-child asylum claims

Under European regulations known as Dublin III, child asylum seekers can have their claims transferred to another European Union country if they have relatives thereEngland’s children watchdog urged French authorities Saturday to speed up processing cases of lone-child asylum seekers who may be eligible to join family in Britain. Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner for England, wrote to the French government concerning an estimated 150 unaccompanied minors in a refugee camp in Calais, on the northeast French coast across the Channel from Britain. Under European regulations known as Dublin III, child asylum seekers can have their claims transferred to another European Union country if they have relatives there.

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