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Hi my brothers and sisters.  PLEASE. I'M IN NEED OF HELP. I'm from Nigeria..
I got rejected from BAMF without receiving any information.  It was 4months later  Duldung  from Ausländerbehörde.  I wrote to the BAMF that I do not receive any information before having Duldung and also AUSLÄNDERBEHÖRDE are asking my PASSPORT    .  Finally I received the bescheide direct from the BAMF.   Later I appealed to the COURT . The court said that it is one person that will decide for my case. And I was having three months AUWEISE WITH WORKING  PERMITS. Because  I'm working since 8 months. After that the Ausländerbehörde send me a FORM Many questions was written there. And in that FORM they also ask me to tell them the reason why I don't want to go back to my Home country.  Which I did. And I'm also taking treatment which gave the the prove from My DOCTOR.  And after that.  I got a post from (( COURT BAMF AND CENTRAL AUSLÄNDERBEHÖRDE TOGETHER ))  In that post.  They wrote that let them not deport me  till when the Court will decide.
After that.  I got WHITE PAPER  2 WEEKS VALID with WORKING  PERMITS FROM AUSLÄNDERBEHÖRDE  . They asked me IF I USE TO WORK IN THE NIGHT.  2 WEEKS AFTER I GOT 6MONTHS DULDUNG Ausweise and  it's written  that I will NOT GO OUT THE CITY AND   ALSO I NEED  TO GO WHEN MY AUSWEISE WILL BE EXPIRE  .
They gave an appointment TO go and  bring my PASSPORT again.
Please I get informed from court if there's anything?  

Please HOW CAN YOU HELP ME with situations  ?
asked Jul 9 in Asylum proceedings by Collins
@Collins, what city are you in Germany? Well, did they tell u d reasons why they need ur country passport? Am sure they want to grant you deportation Ban.. if u have ur passport give a try and give them because if Germany wants to deport anyone, passport or not they can still deport..

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Dear @Collins

Thank you for sharing your situation with the Wefugee Community! 

Although you explained many details, it is still a bit difficult for me to fully understand your situation. It seems to be very complex. If you want to explain a bit more or share any updates, we would be happy to discuss further. However, I would highly recommend you to get some professional legal advice, i.e. in a counselling centre. If you need any help in finding one, let us know! 

All the best, 

Meike

answered 3 days ago by Meike
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