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Hello guys! I'm from togo and my asylum was rejected about a month ago. I have since appealed against the decision. I would like to know my chances of being granting asylum. I don't have fingerprint else where
asked Jan 21 in Asylum proceedings by hafiz123

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Dear @hafiz123,

Thank you for sharing your question with us and Welcome to the Wefugees community!

First of all, please note that I'm not a lawyer, so all the information I link here stems from my own research and from our platform.

In your case, appealing the decision is one of the first steps you can take after a rejection.

There is a very helpful site by Flüchtlingsrat Niedersachsen on "9 Perspectives after a negative decision on your asylum procedure": https://www.nds-fluerat.org/leitfaden/8-perspektiven-nach-negativem-abschluss-eines-asylverfahrens/

It's in German, but the translation (with a translating program) is quite accurate :-)

Also, there have been several questions and answers on our platform that discuss a very similar topic. You can have a look here:

How long does it take until BAMF sends their decision after the court hearing?

How long does it take to get a response by Ausländerbehörde? 

I got rejected and appealed in court - What are my chances to stay in Germany?

Unfortunately, it's impossible to say how long it will take or what chances you have, as German bureaucracy is not the fastest and it highly depends on all the details of your case. If you have consulted a lawyer, he will be able to assess your case, but even then it depends on the court. 

I hope these links help a bit. Feel free to reach out to us again if you need any further assistance :-)

Kind regards,

Isa

answered Jan 22 by Isa
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okay thank you very much. but one more question,  i changed my Ausweis this Monday and I didn't get that red line.  I was given another 3 months. does it mean if you dont have the red line, you can be deported or not
answered Jan 22 by hafiz123

Hey @hafiz123, if you say you were given 3 months, I assume you received a "Duldung" according to §60a Abs. 2 S. 1 AufenthG ? I will do some more research and get back to you. Best, Isa

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