i have applied for asylum in Sweden and the very next day i left the asylum center and booked the ticket and left back for my country as my visa was valid.
now  requesting your knowledge and advise as will i be able to apply for asylum again and also will in future i will be able to get the visit visa for EU countries
asked Feb 4, 2018 in Legal advice by IB

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Hello @IB

Welcome to our community!

That’s a tricky question. In general, you are not allowed to travel to your home country during (or after) your asylum procedure. You applied for refugee protection because your home country wasn’t able to (or didn’t want to) grant you a life in safety anymore. Going back there basically shows Swedish authorities that the situation can’t be that severe if you can return without facing problems. Your first asylum application is thereby basically withdrawn.

However, we had a similar question circling around the topic of returning home and then applying again in the past. In general it seems to be possible to do so. Please check out the answers provided in this thread for further information as they also apply to your case:

https://www.wefugees.de/k/questions/2057

Best regards,
Thorgen
answered Feb 6, 2018 by Thor
0 votes
Why did you apply for asylum in the first place if it's safe to go back to your country?

You probably WILL be able to apply again (because Europe is soft and stupid) but whether you should (morally) is entirely another matter.
answered Jul 19, 2018 by popotla
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