“When you enter a refugee family’s home, you immediately understand what their future plans are,” said Sinan Kılıç, a photographer who has been working on documentaries of refugees and migrants for the last five years

A small, single poster saying “Refugees Welcome” greeted the first batch of refugees who arrived in the Aegean port of Dikili on April 4. The first group of refugees, Afghans, Pakistanis and some Syrians in three separate boats from the Greek island of Lesbos, displayed grim faces, with no trace of joy or relief, as they were escorted to the makeshift registration center.