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I was applied for the asylum in germany one year ago but I was voluntarily came back to my home country. Now can i apply for the study visa of italy?
asked Jan 22 in Legal advice by Gagan

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Dear @Gagan,

Thank you for reaching out to us today!

I've had a look at our platform to see if anyone has shared experiences here before and found quite a few threads around voluntary return and coming back on a (study) visa/ claiming asylum for the second time. It apparently depends on the fact if your claim had been rejected and you deported, or if you returned voluntarily in general - because, in that case, no entry ban should apply to you. 

Here are some helpful threads from our platform:

I voluntarily returned to Afghanistan, but I want to return to Europe with a visa 

Claim asylum for second time in EU 

Is it possible to obtain a visa for Germany after voluntarily returning home? 

You can find out a lot more about applying for study visa on our platform, simply use the search bar on the right side (look for terms like "study visa", "residence permit for students", etc.). 

I hope this information helps! Let us know if you need any further assistance or have more questions.

All the best,

Isa

answered Jan 22 by Isa 1 flag
I was entered Germany with Germany 6 days schengen visa and after visa expiry i was moved to Austria and there i was applied for asylum but due to Dublin law austria rejected my asylum application and deported me to germany. In germany i was applied for asylum but i could not attend my next interview or hearing because my mother was serious in my home country so i take risk and voluntarily came back to my home country.
        Now i want to apply for italy study visa. can you please advice me legaly is I'm eligible to re-enter schengen countries.

Thanks
Gagan
Dear @Gagan, Thank you for getting back to me with further information on your case and thanks for waiting! I'm not sure if I can tell you anything else than what I have already shared with you here. Please have another look at my answer and at the threads I linked - they provide plenty of information on applying for visa after voluntarily returning. Here is another helpful website "Study in Italy" that outlines what you need to hand in for your visa application: https://studyinitaly.esteri.it/en/visa I hope this helps. Best, Isa
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