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Good morning Wefugees,

my question is this:

I came to Germany in May 2016 and applied for asylum, then in other October same year, I left the asyl center after i had a disagreement with my girlfriend (still under asylum) whom i had son with bothering on infidelity on her path but we separated amicably.

Before I left the heim(camp) I have not been to any interviews( my only interview was for my 6 months ausweis) but when I came back on May 2017 to renew my Ausweis( which has expired 2 months before) I was told to re-apply for asylum. I re- applied  but after 2 weeks (without any interview) I left again due to fear of being deported because I was kept with other asylum seekers with worst cases than mine.

Now I have a German girlfriend and we seriously want to get married and start a family. I’m “illegal “ here but I want to seek asylum again is it possible for me to be accepted or will I be deported. I’m really scared and my girlfriend can’t stay without me because I changed her and gave her a reason to live.
asked Apr 24, 2018 in Asylum proceedings by Too
edited Apr 24, 2018 by Too

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Yes please i would like that!
answered Apr 24, 2018 by Mevidaqueen
@mavidaqueen, please what would you like?
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Hello @Too

If you want to marry your girlfriend it's unavoidable to legalize your stay because you will have to get in contact with German authorities (Standesamt for the marriage and Ausländerbehörde to get a residence permit after the wedding). You will have to submit your passport and without Aufenthaltsgestattung or any other kind of document they can easily deport you.

I highly recommend you to get in touch with a local counselling center so that they can take a closer look at your case than we are able to do. If you tell us where you are living, we can help you by researching some addresses that you can go to.

To be honest, I can't tell you if it's too late for a new application (e.g. if you apply too late, BAMF might reject you because they assume that you only did the application in order to avoid deportation) or in how far the circumstances under which you left the procedure play a role. For example, did you withdrew your application or did you just disappear? That might be of importance for BAMF when they decide to give you a new procedure or not.

Maybe someone else from this community can tell you more about it than me.

Best regards,

Thorgen

answered Apr 25, 2018 by Thor
Thanks Tor for the reply, in your words, I just disappeared. Is there any implications? And please what do you mean by “too late “.
As I said above, I'm not entirely sure. BAMF can stop the procedure if you don't cooperate or "disappear". That's probably what happened in your case. It's possible to apply for reopening of your procedure. Since it's been almost a year since you re-applied, it can be that BAMF treats a new application as an "Asylfolgeantrag" (in accordance with §33 AsylG). Anyway, I think it's better to have someone take a look at it that is more experienced with cases like that. Just to make sure that you don't run into trouble.
Thanks @Tor. I do appreciate your efforts.
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