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I have a deportation notice. I should have apply for asylum 4 years ago, while I was in Germany with residence permit. I knew one day, this complex day will come. I thought, I will fix it anyway, I did not. I knew i will not go back to my country again. For some reason (not criminal) residence permit was canceled , and i am ordered to leave the country voluntarily.

i want to apply for asylum, however i have not money right now. i do not want to live on social benefits, unless i have to. If i get a work permit, i do not want social benefits.

anyway, i have heard that, if someone has a voluntary leaving order (because of residence permit expiry), if he/she apply for asylum during that time (bämf may think, asylum seeked just to stop the deportation ), the asylum applicant is not entitled for asylum grant.

is it true.
asked Oct 28 in Asylum proceedings by helios

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It depends on what are your reasons for asylum. If you really have reasons but just didn't ask for asylum before because you had another option to stay legally, you can try to explain it to BAMF. If you have no good reasons and really just use the option of asylum application to win time and not to be deported, then you risk a bad decision.

The suspection that you just do it to avoid deportation can generally be a reason for a special faster asylum procedure (§30a.1.5 AsylG) although I've never seen such a case myself.
answered Nov 1 by Alla_fka
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