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A friend to my wife is really having problem because she didn't go to the camp to seek asylum but she is staying in a asylum house with a man who got her pregnant and now they have a child but she don't get any assistant from the state, no payment , I mean nothing she gets. Sometimes what to eat becomes difficult for her, so my question is this, can she go back and seek asylum and gets transfer back to where is living now?  Thank
asked Oct 11, 2018 in Legal advice by Denny28

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Dear @Denny28, thank you for sharing the sitaution with us, its sad to hear about her situation. She should definitly go and claim asylum and as they are having a baby she can ask to be transfered to the camp she is already living. However, she should make sure to ask the camp to give her a letter that states, that there is the space for her and that they are willing to give the space to her if the state agrees. I hope I could help you, if you need further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us in the community. Best regards, Nilab
answered Oct 12, 2018 by Nilab
She said the first lawyer she met before wrote a letter to the Ausländerbehörde  to put her under humanitarian , so right now her file is under humanitarian but not asylum and because of that , she doesn't receive any benefit from the state but expect been giving where to sleep with her man and the child . so if its  possible to go back and seek asylum. Thanks
Dear @Denny28, so as I understand it she has already a protection in Germany, right? And therefore she should be entitled to financial assistance, but if the lawyer has agreed to something else with the Ausländerbehörde then it might be that she is excluded from financial assistance for certain period. This she needs to check with the lawyer who dealt with the case in the past. I hope we could assist you. Best regards, Nilab
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