In 1999, an asylum procedure could take as long as a one year in Finland. The applicants enjoyed free food and lodging and received 1,500 Finnish marks as pocket money per month. Many refugeees managed to profit on such a trip, regardless whether they were granted an asylum or not. This was very clearly the case of Slovak and Czech Roma who were deported from United Kingdom and tried their luck in another countries.
It is sure that the EU immigration system could be improved in such a way that such "ethnic tourism" and its consequences would not inflict innocent citizens of the source countries.
The home country can not check who goes where and for what reason, and bow some groups down, because freedom to travel is one of the basic human rights. And the respective target country is liable to provide care for all asylum seekers, even if the result is certain in advance.