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Hi I have an subsidiary from Italy and I came to Germany to seek asylum so that I can get a job. But the rejected my alsylum and they need my country passport before they can give me job.

Auslanderbehorde ask for my country passport. But I want to know if they use it to deport me to my country of Origin or they will be to back to Italy. Please I need reply
asked Feb 15, 2018 in Legal advice by Specail

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Please what should I do? Should I give them my country passport?
answered Feb 15, 2018 by Specail
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Hi @Specail :)

Germany can't deport you without valid papers. That is why Ausländerbehörde wants to have your passport. In case you give it to them you will not be send to your home country (don't worry about that). But they will send you to Italy. There is a European law called Dublin III. It says that Italy is responsible for you because you applied for asylum there first (and by the way, that's also why Germany rejected your second application).

But in general I don't really see how you can stay in Germany legally in the long-run. I mean, with subsidiary protection you are allowed to travel. And I think you don't need a visa for Germany if you stay for no longer than 3 months. But you can't stay or work here with that legal status for longer periods of time anyway :/

All the best,
Lea
answered Feb 15, 2018 by Lea
Thanks. But what should I do? Should give auslanderbehorde my country passport. Because I'm about to reapeal now
The problem I see is that even if you appeal, you won't be granted asylum in Germany because Italy already gave you subsidiary protection. So there is no need for Germany to provide shelter for you. That's why I said there is probably not really a chance to stay in Germany.
Thanks  But anything like deportation, it will be back to Italy not my country of origin? And if by chance my country passport is with auslanderbehorde, can they still give it back to me if I want to go back to Italy. And how Iong will it take me to come back to Germany after permanent permit from.
Ruathuse gave me three months duldun that if I submit my passport before they will give me six months again to get a job. That's what they say that  auslandeebehorde told to do.
Maybe @Marcel has an idea what's best to do.
I have 5 years subsidiary from Italy. And I'm an asylum seeker in Germany, and I have been rejected. And if by chance my country passport is with auslanderbehorde, can they still give it back to me if I want to go back to Italy. And how Iong will it take me to come back to Germany again after I receive My permanent permit from Italy? Please reply
About deportation: You have subsidiary protection in Italy, so you won't be send back to your home country. You have a right to stay in Italy.
As far as I know it's hard to move to another country for people with subsidiary protection because the residence permit is only valid in Italy. That’s also why I’m surprised because I never heard of the procedure that you just described (about the Duldung etc). And I don’t think I can give you advice in this case then :/
Thanks a lot
Sorry please one more question!

Can auslanderboherde give me back my country passport if I'm willing or if they tell me to go back Italy from Germany?
Sorry please one more question!   Can auslanderboherde give me back my country passport if I'm willing or if they tell me to go back Italy from Germany?
Hi @Specail :) Yes, I'm pretty sure you will get it back as soon as you want/have to leave Germany. All the best, Lea
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