Incendium delivers routers (Network Commander) for secure internet connection to Danish Red Cross asylum centers to improve their end-user communication with the State Administration and their day-to-day operation of the asylum centers.
When foreign nationals under the age of 18 come to Denmark and seek asylum without their parents or other adults who can replace the parents, they are termed ‘unaccompanied minor asylum seekers’. Every unaccompanied minor will be appointed a personal representative to serve his/her interests. Among other things, the representative will offer support to the unaccompanied minor during the processing of the case, for example by accompanying the unaccompanied minor during the asylum interview. The representative will also support the unaccompanied minor on a more personal level. The Danish Immigration Service will ask the Danish Red Cross to recommend a representative to the Regional State Administration (Statsforvaltningen), which will appoint the representative. The representative may not be affiliated with the immigration authorities, and can be a relative or other private individual.
All communication regarding interviews and documents regarding the processing of the case are handled electronic and a sufficient secure internet connection is therefore needed in order for the Danish Red Cross representative to be sufficient in their communication with the State Administration and their day-to-day operation of the asylum centers.