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Hello All,

i hope everyone will be fine. i am from Pakistan and living since one and half year as a refugee in Germany. i had my final interview and its since three months i did not hear any news as all my friends with me done with their interview got refusals.

being as a heart patient having heart surgery in Pakistan and implanted ICD implementable cardiac defibrillator  which is knows as artificial heart. in the beginning i was hospitalized in the hospital and i got many documents and i submitted all my medically documents in the interview, two months ago i was hospitalized for fours days as routine check up of my heart because my heart beats fast and now the doctors advised me another heart surgery .
my question is that should i submitted the documents from hospital or not i am confuse because i have one friend who told me no need to submit it now other wise the BMAF will speed up your asylum case as  i already done interview and now waiting for the  result of my interview.
Beside this i have done Deutsch B1 certificate and orienteering course certificate and i  have not provided in my interview. my question is that should i send my Deutsch certificate to BMAF or not ,

further more as i am working for the last 10th months in one company on full site and i am paying taxes too and now i got life time job contract from my company  i  mean permanent job contract forever , will this job contract will help me in my asylum or not .

looking forward to hear for expert opinion and thanks in Advance
asked Aug 5, 2017 in Asylum proceedings by Khan

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2 Answers

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Hello Khan,

please remember Marcel's answer on your question 4 months ago:

What you can do in addition: Try to get a severely handicapped pass.
Your doctor can advise you if this is an option concerning your medical situation.
Severly handicapped are granted special rights in Europe and in Germany.
(Source and more information: Aktion Mensch: - German language).

Kind regards
answered Aug 6, 2017 by Jan
Thank you for this @Jan
+1 vote
Hello @Khan

Nice to hear from you again!

Concerning your last question:

In short: having a job or being unemployed has no effect on the asylum process. Please check the following link for further information:

Best regards,
answered Aug 7, 2017 by Thor
Thank you for the link @Thor
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