Thank you for waiting and sorry my reply took a bit longer.
Let me make sure I understand your situation correctly:
- You applied for asylum in Germany, but Germany has rejected your case based on Dublin Regulations and wanted to deport you to Lithuania, since Lithuania issued you a visa before
- You made an appeal that got rejected as well
- You then received a Duldung
- Your wife is pregnant so you received a notification from BAMF stating Germany will hear your asylum claim after all in 2019
- On December 17, you got another notification from BAMF stating you have been rejected as "manifestly unfounded"
- You appealed this decision on December 19 in court
- The court worker let you know that you will receive an answer next month?
- Now you are unsure whether or not your appeal is going to be accepted or denied and how much time you have to prepare
First of all: I'm sorry to hear about this very stressful situation.
What I found on the Welcome BW site about types of rejection and how to make an appeal, is the following:
"If your asylum application is rejected as offensichtlich unbegründet (manifestly unfounded) or unzulässig (inadmissable), you have to apply for a delaying effect. Only if this application is successful can you prevent yourself for being deported during the appeal process."
It is mentioned very often that it is important to not only appeal the decision, but to apply for a delaying effect:
"Together with the appeal, you have to submit an „application for delaying effect“. On the website aktiv.fluechtlingsrat-bw.de there is a template for the appeal and for theapplication for delaying effect#000000</a>; font-family:calibri">"
The site also offers general information in English on perspectives after you have been rejected: https://w2bw.de/en/willkommen/nach_der_ablehnung_des_asylantrags_rechtshilfe_und_weitere_perspektiven
Also have a look at this thread from our platform where a similar question has been discussed:
I got rejected and appealed in court - What are my chances to stay in Germany?
I can see that you have made bad experiences with your lawyer, but maybe reaching out to a pro bono legal aid service would help to receive more support with your case. Here is a list: http://www.refugeelegalaidinformation.org/germany-pro-bono-directory
I will also link our asylum law expert @Nilab here, maybe she can have another look at your case and give some advice.
Feel free to check out the sources I shared with you while you wait and let us know if you have any more questions.
All the best,