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Hello my name is Gift I enterd france by August 2016 And I seek asylum by September 2016 And i was issued with 1month paper and after that they issued me anoda 4month paper And I never knew I was supposed to send them my story and  they sent me a rejection letter in Jenuary 2017 that I should leave France territory because they already saw my fingers print in Italy that Italy is responsible for my case but before I get to the post office to receive the letter they told me the letter has already been withdrawn back so I went back by February 2017 to renew the 4months paper  they gave to me but the woman incharged told me that she can’t renew my paper that they already sent me a letter for me to go back to Italy and I told her I missed the letter that before I get there the letter has already been withdrawn and she said she is sorry that she can’t do anything so since then have been in France without any papers or documents so am planning of going to another city Lyon france  next month to seek for asylum again so please I dont know if it’s really possible for me to go and seek asylum again in France please I need answers please thanks
asked Apr 21, 2018 in Asylum proceedings by Gift

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Hello @Gift

Welcome to our community and thank you for your question!

I don't think applying for asylum in another city in France is going to work. They will quickly find out that you already applied earlier on and that you have been registered in Italy before. You probably had the opportunity to appeal against the decision, but the deadline for that has been exceeded most likely long ago.

I don't know what happened that you ended up without papers and without getting deported, but getting in touch with authorities will attract their attention to your case again. I'm not sure if that is good or bad: It's not unlikely that it results in your deportation to Italy, but on the other hand it doesn't seem to be an option to stay in France in a situation like yours.

If you can, get in contact with a counselling center in France that is more familiar with the asylum system over there and ask them for advice. They can tell you more about the options you are having. Basically your stay is "illegal" at the moment and France doesn't feel responsible for your case. So, from my point of view, it's important to have an expert take a look at the case before you decide on the next steps.

Best regards,

Thorgen

answered Apr 23, 2018 by Thor
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