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imagine being trapped behind a network of gates and fences for an indefinite period of time that's the reality facing these failed asylum seekers who are feeling the brunt of political change sweeping through demarco move they're gonna go to the no fly to work %HESITATION cook and have to spend every night in the sense that some for years on end , physically and mentally it's not terrible situation so you have to leave in the really old room , but the mostly when you think about your on key their future and the reason why you're here you get even worse how can a child understands the demo doesn't have the capacity to grant asylum to applicants but is the uncertainty that's a torment despite being known for its progressive loss Denmark has a harsh immigration starts its views Holton from two thousand fifteen following the refugee crisis at the time eighty five percent of applicants for granted asylum last year that figure plummeted to thirty five percent ahead of a general election on June fifth both major parties have pledged to continue the policies , is normal you get crazy , Christiansen's case was rejected due to a lack of proof of his being in danger in his home country he's one of two hundred and fifty people living here well trying to gather more evidence arm , home countries often refused to issue a passport or accept them back some have been in the departure center since two thousand sixteen no one knows when they'll be able to leave