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as a person having an aussetzung der abschiebung what are my rights?
asked Jan 18 in Legal advice by Ben7

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Dear @Ben7,

Thank you for reaching out to us again.

If you have an "Aussetzung der Abschiebung", also known as Duldung, you do not have a residence title and are still obliged to leave Germany. 

Here is a good explanation about your rights by the Refugee Council Leverkusen: http://www.fluechtlingsrat-leverkusen.de/eng/3.4.5_duldungen.htm

Also have a look at these threads form our platform:

I got rejected in May and till now I have a Duldung - What are my options?

What can I do to get out of my Duldung status?

I hope this information helps. Feel free to reach out to the community with any further questions you have. You can also reach out to a refugee support council to receive some legal advice. Have a look at places in your region on the ProAsyl site: https://www.proasyl.de/en/our-network/

Kind regards,

Isa

answered Jan 21 by Isa
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