The administrative court of Toulouse (Haute-Garonne) is to study, Wednesday, October 6, the appeal concerning the expulsion of a Guinean student from the University of Jean-Jaurès. A strong mobilization of support is organized. A petition has already collected nearly 10,000 signatures.
“He is a very supported person and very invested in the Toulouse associative fabric.“Assures Maitre Laure Galinon, lawyer of Alpha. Supported to the point that with the announcement of his expulsion procedure, a petition was launched quickly. It collects, Wednesday, October 6, 2021, nearly 10,000 signatures.
Arrived in France in 2018, Alpha, of Guinean nationality, is a student in audiovisual cinema license at Toulouse-Jean Jaurès University. After a request for asylum, rejected by the services of the prefecture, the young man set up a file in order to obtain a student residence permit.
No response from the prefecture
“Alpha has requested appointments several times from the Haute-Garonne prefecture, which has never replied to him, but has nevertheless rejected this request. I am understood that a person who can argue elements is not heard“, deplores Me Galinon.
To avoid an automatic removal measure, the Administrative Court of Toulouse (Haute-Garonne) was seized. A call for mobilization has been launched to support Alpha during its hearing this Wednesday afternoon. The main interested party, for the moment, prefers not to speak. “This is my last chance, he admits. I don’t wanna miss“.
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