Another 19 non-EU children whose parents live and work in Malta are facing eviction since their families do not earn enough to care for them, according to Identity Malta, The Times reports.
Earlier this month The Sunday Times of Malta reported that residence permits of 22 children had been denied since their parents did not satisfy the financial requirements of a policy which requires third country nationals to earn €19,000 a year, as well as €3,800 extra for each child.
The total number of children facing eviction has now grown to 41 and all their families will be appealing the cases.
Via Times of Malta
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