thTe Scandinavian country is a prime destination for refugees and other migrants entering the EU illegally. Last year, more than half applications were accepted and this is about 60,000 people. This requires important resources from the government. Regarding people who will have rejected applications, “the first step will be to go with voluntary return, and to create the best conditions for that,” Interior minister Anders Ygeman told to the media. And “if that doesn’t work, we will need to have returns backed up by force.” Swedish government is also seeking return agreements with countries such as Afghanistan and Morocco. To stop migrants to remain without legal papers, the government will deter businesses from employ those who have had their applications refused.