I would think so. I would think there's an incentive to come here because of the cash payments they receive here, which can last for several years.
I could also say I was involved in asylum dealings in a former life as a judge at the Administrative Court of Hamburg. There we were confronted with similar problems from other countries with refugee claims that were unfounded. We solved this problem in part by substituting the payments in cash with providing assistance in kind, like housing or clothing or food stamps and things like that.