Glamorous American girlfriend of the Danish Prime Minister's son is kicked out of the country

Glamorous American girlfriend of the Danish Prime Minister's son is kicked out of the country after Harvard's educated social media star violates the nation's strict immigration laws

  • Aran Katarina Kirschenmann, 22, has to leave the country by the end of this month
  • Social media star is too young to look for accommodation according to Danish immigration legislation
  • Since Kirschenmann is less than 24 years old, she is not eligible to reside in Denmark after the law of 2002 to end the automatic right of access of a spouse
  • Kirschenmann lived in Denmark as part of the Harvard University studies
  • PM Rasmussen put the immigration policy in the spotlight by announcing the news during a debate that was broadcast on Sunday evening, just before the elections
  • & # 39; It is surprising that we live in a country that has no place for it, & # 39; he said

The American girlfriend of the son of Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen is expelled from the country because of the strict immigration laws of the country.

Rasmussen's son, Bergur, will be forced to be temporarily split off from his Harvard-trained girlfriend, Aran Katarina Kirschenmann.

The 22-year-old social media star is too young to look for accommodation under Danish immigration laws and has to leave the nation by the end of this month.

Because Kirschenmann is less than 24 years old, she is not eligible to remain in Denmark after the enactment in 2002 of a law intended to end the automatic right of access of a spouse.

Aran Katarina Kirschenmann (right), the American girlfriend of the son of Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, Bergur (left), is expelled by immigration laws

Aran Katarina Kirschenmann (right), the American girlfriend of the son of Danish prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, Bergur (left), is expelled by immigration laws

Bergur and Kirschenmann

Bergur and Kirschenmann

Aran Katarina Kirschenmann

Aran Katarina Kirschenmann

Bergur (left at Kirschenmann) is forced to be temporarily separated from his Harvard-trained girlfriend (right)

The 22-year-old star of social media is too young to seek a residence permit under Danish immigration laws and must leave the country at the end of this month

The 22-year-old star of social media is too young to seek a residence permit under Danish immigration laws and must leave the country at the end of this month

The 22-year-old star of social media is too young to seek a residence permit under Danish immigration laws and must leave the country at the end of this month

The law raised the minimum age at which immigrants can let a foreign spouse live in Denmark from 18 to 24.

According to BloombergKirschenmann lived in Denmark as part of her Harvard University studies.

She plans to graduate this year at the Ivy League school, according to her Instagram page.

The Californian in California started sharing her travel photos on Instagram in August 2012.

Her account has not collected more than 111,000 followers.

PM Rasmussen put the immigration policy in the spotlight by announcing the news during a debate broadcast on Sunday evening, just a few weeks before the Danes prepare to vote in the country's national elections on 5 June.

Because Kirschenmann is less than 24 years old, she is not eligible to stay in Denmark following the passage in 2002 of a law intended to end the automatic right of access of a spouse

Because Kirschenmann is less than 24 years old, she is not eligible to stay in Denmark following the passage in 2002 of a law intended to end the automatic right of access of a spouse

Because Kirschenmann is less than 24 years old, she is not eligible to stay in Denmark following the passage in 2002 of a law intended to end the automatic right of access of a spouse

Danish Prime Minister Rasmussen

Danish Prime Minister Rasmussen

Bergur with girlfriend Kirschenmann

Bergur with girlfriend Kirschenmann

PM Rasmussen (left) puts immigration policy in the spotlight by announcing the news of his son's girlfriend (right) during a debate broadcast on Sunday evening, just a few weeks before the Danes prepare to vote in the national elections on June 5.

& # 39; It is surprising that we live in a country that has no place for it, & # 39; Rasmussen said.

The minority government of Rasmussen relied on support from the right-wing populist Danish People's Party (DF) to adopt laws, and has chaired a tightening of legislation to curb immigration into the Nordic welfare state as a result.

But last week he expressed his willingness to form a government coalition with the Social Democrats after the June 5 elections to curb the influence of smaller, more extreme parties.

& # 39; I fear that Danish politics will be thrown into chaos – a fear that I think is shared by many Danes, & # 39; Rasmussen said.

& # 39; If I only get the chance to continue as a prime minister by making myself politically dependent on the extreme right, I would much rather investigate the possibility of cooperation through the middle, & # 39; Rasmussen said, alluding to the Social Democrats.

Bergur himself is looking for election for the European Parliament as a candidate for Venstre.

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