According to Writing La Roche-sur-Yon
French Office for Integration and Immigration (OFII) he was once more sentenced to offer “adapted” housing in one Georgian and his 7-year-old son with leukemiaafter first trying to accommodate them La Roche-sur-Yon (Vendee)an hour’s drive from University Hospital of Nantes (Loire-Atlantique).
The child’s mother has already had the child convicted for the first time.OPHI find him and “independent” and “adapted” accommodation her son’s state of health: when he was about to be discharged from the hospital, they were found accommodation already occupied by another person in Saint-Herblain (Loire-Atlantique)thirty minutes by tram from the hospital…
“OFII (…) does not dispute that public transport does not run during part of the night, nor does it establish that the child (…) would benefit (…) from hygienic conditions adapted to his medical condition,” wrote the first summary judge in an order dated 28 September 2022 to justify this first injunction.
Office therefore he was sentenced to resume his research and pay €1,000 court costs to a family lawyer.
Unfortunately, the new accommodation offered two days later “by phone” was in Rock on youeven further than Saint-Herblain!
Accommodation “far away”… from La Roche-sur-Yon Hospital
Family lawyerI Pierre Renaud therefore had to introduce a new urgent appeal : he he wanted the judge to “finish” quickly. his first order with a fine of “€1,000 per hour late” at OFII’s expense.
According to him, French Office for Integration and Immigration offered this accommodation in Vendee without checking with the local doctor whether it is “compatible” with the child’s medical condition.
La Roche-sur-Yon Hospital does not have a pediatric oncology department.
“It is not proven that this Health Institute can ensure monitoring of a young patient in the acute phase disease. In any case, the proposed accommodation is far from La Roche-sur-Yon Hospital. »
In his defense,‘OFII he explained “not to have” one bed in time “independent” and ” in the immediate vicinity of the Nantes University Hospital”, and that “even temporarily”.
The accommodation (…) in La Roche-sur-Yon enables the monitoring of young XXX in the hospital of this city, which is part of the CHU de Nantes network.
And “it has not been proven”, according to him, that the child was really “in the acute phase of his illness”… “Assuming that his medical condition includes care for Nantes University Hospitalit is possible for him to use a modified means of transport paid for by the company Social insurance“, he concluded.
Protect the child from “all forms of contamination”
But he was directs OFII to propose one to the mother independent and adapted accommodation (…) on the grounds that the health of the child (…) – whose immune system is severely weakened – requires maximum protection against any form of contamination when leaving the hospital,” recalls the judge in the chambers.
The family had to be able to do it too easy access to the center of the university hospital day and night“.
“However, it does not appear from any document in the file that this accommodation (…) in La Roche-sur-Yon was independent and represented living conditions compatible with aplasia [forte diminution de globules blancs, NDLR] which a young person suffers”, he notes in this the second recipe dated October 4, 2022 which has just been published.
The doctor requested “maintained observation in Nantes”
“Although the OFII claims that the monitoring of the young person (…) can be partially ensured at the La Roche-sur-Yon hospital, this possibility and the location of this accommodation have not been presented for consideration. zonal doctor who stated on September 21, 2022 that preference it’s good to have maintained a continuation in Nantes“, the judge from Nantes still notes.
“The accommodation thus offered to the complainant (…) in La Roche-sur-Yon (…) cannot be considered as separate accommodation and adapted to the situation of the complainant and the health of her son, whose departure from CHJ is imminent”, he concludes.
Immigration Office it was therefore ordered to find a new family accommodation “within 48 hours”with a fine of €200 per day of delay. They also have to pay €700 more to their lawyer.
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