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Respected Members of Wefugees
 I am here to ask you question regarding my case in Germany.I will try to make as short as possible.
 I was born in Holland and seeked asylum in Germany from 2013 till now.My case has not been yet rejected by BAMF.Although i have appeal for my next hearing.A person who interviwed me has written that i am living in europe from past 12 years but they dont find a real reason for me getting asylum in Germany.I was living in Germany from 2006 till 2010 then i went to Spain and circumstances totaly changed and had to seek asylum in Germany from period of 2013 till now.
 My education certificates are equalliant here in Germany.I have B1 certificate  and also have a driving lisence.I have provided my ID card to BAMF.I am working more then 28 months here.I have been recently given 2 months back permission to work anywhere according to my wish without permissiom of Auslanderbehorde.
 Now the question is if i am rejected then can i apply for asylum in Holland ?
I wanted to start a ausbildung but i am too old for to start one as i am 32 years old.I am not sure which direction should i take to come over this asylum procedure.My lawyers dont see my future aswell,but only says that its been around 5 years and i might not have to face deportation.
 Worst thing happend when i came across my interview and a translator turned out to be my family member friend.Plus a person who was taking my interview studied and worked on a same place where i have learned German and worked where i had worked.It became more complicated for him to trust me.I am really confused what will be coming next for me.
 I havent applied for my citizenship in Holland nor embassy was friendly enough to help me out.My parents were from India and i have lived only 4 years of my life there.
Any advice will be highly appreciated and will be looking for reply
asked Jun 17, 2018 in Legal advice by Adii
Hello @Adii - Nice to hear from you again. Maybe @WKZB1 can give you an answer on Wednesday. Best regards, Thorgen
Hello Thorgen i have been anxiously waiting for an answer i have just seen your reply thank you for taking out time.I will be looking forward to hear something from @WKZB1 Sincerly Adii

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Dear @Adil, Your question is unfortunately too complex to be able to answer it seriously online. Therefore, if you live in Berlin, I would like to ask you to come for a personal consultation in our welcome center Berlin, Potsdamer Str. 65, 10785 Berlin. Our opening hours are: Mon, Tue and Thu: 9.00 - 13.00 and Thu.: 15.00 - 18.00 The waiting numbers are issued approx. 45 minutes before the opening time. If you do not live in Berlin, you should contact an advice centre at your place of residence. Best regards WKZB1
answered Jun 27, 2018 by WKZB1
Respected member WKZB
 Thank you for advice and address.Yes its quite complicated but as they say after complication there is a relife.I will be visiting office today morning fournately i have late shift.Thank you so much its very kind of you
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