My name is ahmed from somalia live germany for the last 9 months got rejected two times bamf and court. Got duldung appointment from auslandehorde because they told me I had document in italia so I can't live here any longer . So is there any way I can remain in germany also how long my duldung will be. Thanks
asked Dec 28, 2019 in Legal advice by Qabaase

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Hi @Qabaase,

thanks for contacting the wefugees community.

I am not sure if I fully understand your case. If you have a dublin case, the authorities have only limited time to take you back to Italy. If they don't make it within this period, germany becomes responsible for your asylum case.

If you have a residence permission in Italy (you mentioned you have "documents" from italy), there is no such deadline for the authorities.

In both cases, I would expect the Duldung to be issued only for a short time (like 3 months, but I don't know for sure).

Please note that this is only very general information. For more detailled information about your particular case it would be helpful to go to a refugee advisor in your town or to contact me by the free App "mbeon".

Kind regards,


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answered Jan 6, 2020 by mbeon-Ruth
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