Stories like this make me wonder if perhaps, countries are doing it wrong. Like 'Identification and Expulsion' is going to cost money, and these immigrants, they're quite determined people, maybe with useful skills which could be put to use in the countries they want to live in.
The countries just need to find out what these skills are, put them to work with these skills and tax them just a little bit more than the rest of the population, and then maybe just a little bit of a tax break if they integrate themselves into the country, like learn the language, play by the rules. Make it easy to play by the rules and contribute to the country.
Guarding your borders will cost money, like guarding anything you hold dear. If our immigration service,senior mandarins at the Home Office and politicians were as equally determined then the problem would be solved.
They may have useful skills, most probably they will not. Basically,we dont need them.
Why should anyone who knows the language of the country they are in, and play by the rules(?) be given a tax break. That should apply to nearly everyone 99% .So it means it wont be a tax break but the normal tax threshold.
How would what you advocate lessen the amount of illegals coming here?