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Hello' nice to have you here, my question is I'm asylum seeker I have one time rejection, but since i have appeal is going 3 years plus now, I'm married & my wife is asylum too, i have 4 kids two of them were born here & have original birth certificate, i have been working 3 years plus. I apply for a private house it was granted by the federal government of niederbayer, which i have to take the letter to my Landramsamt in the social office, the social has gave me the square meters & the amount on it which I have to look for, but i have found the house & social has already paid for it & the deposit, but i have to refund the deposit back to them in as installment every month, & i have to pay the light bills by my safe (2)  my aufenthaltsgestattung is now taking from 6 mouth to 1 year, (3) my company automatically just gave me permanent working contract, my questions is what is my right & what are they up to...i have no criminal records
asked Aug 9, 2019 in Asylum proceedings by davide

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Dear @Davide,

Thank you for sharing your situation with the Wefugee Community!

I am glad to hear that you found a home (paying the deposit back in installments is the normal procedure for people who get (additional) money/benefits from the authorities) and that you are working already under a permanent contract. Those are really big steps, I would say.

Regarding your appeal, it happens sometimes, that people wait for several years to receive a decision from the court. 

However, I am not totally sure, what exactly you want to know or what your question is. Maybe you can reformulate it or clarify a bit more (which rights for example are you referring to?).

If you want to know about your legal and residence options, once you might have received a negative decision from the court, applying for the residence permit according to section 25b of the German Residence Act "Granting of residence in the case of lasting integration" could be an opportunity for you?!

Please feel free to get back to us, if you want to discuss topics further.

All the best,



answered Aug 16, 2019 by Meike
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