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Hallo zusammen. I have a question relating to failed marriages an Deportation. I moved to Germany in june2017 to live with my German husband. We got married in May 2017. (Things have not worked out clearly) we are seperated, i moved out of the house in December 2019, i am staying in a women shelter and receive assistent from Job Center. Issues with my husband started after the 1st year of marriage, for the past two years my ex husband has been trying to get me deported, the first time he went to Ausländersamt to get me deported, i received a letter informing me that i no longer had the right to stay in Germany and that i needed to leave, that was in 2018. My ex husband decided to reverse his Action and told Ausländersamt that he wanted to stay with me and did not want to get me deported. So everything was fine. This started to get worse after that, i no longer trusted him. In 2019 he went to Ausländersamt to get me deported again, i ended up receiving a simillar letter to the first one. All in all he has been to Ausländersamt 3 times. (with a lot of lies just to get me deported) we both have lawyers who are working on us getting divorced. While the divorce is still on going, i received a letter from Ausländersamt on the 12.05.2020 asking me to leave Germany voluntary before the 11.06.2020. Since i have living in Germany i have been trying to get my self intergrated into society. I have done the Intergrationskurs, i did Deutsch für den Beruf B2 kurs and since 11.2019 i have been doing the Ausbildung zur staatlich anerkannten Altenpflegehelfer. For some reason the Altenpflegehelfer course is not recognised as a real Ausbildung and for that reason it is not enough reason for me to Continue staying in Germany but i would like to finish my helfer course so i can Continue to do the pflegefachkraft ausbildung. I have until 11.06.2020 to respond I guess, which i plan to do. My question is, is there away to delay or stop myself from getting deported for example, my divorce is still not final, i am still legaly married. I would also like to change my Surname back to my original surname. I don't have a criminal record. How long does it take for the Verwaltungs gericht to reach a decision? I am still doing my Ausbildung, i have not stopped. What are my options? I have made peace with the idea that i might get deported but for now i want to exhaust all my options and if i can somehow delay the process until i finish my Ausbildung i want to know how i can get to that point. Thank you in advance for all your inputs.
asked May 21 in Legal advice by Germania.binich
@Germania, sorry about what u going through at the moment.. well, by law you can't be deported till after ur divorce in court. And you cant be given a stay because marriage was the reason for ur stay.. so, the only thing that can  stop your deportation is if you can get pregnant from someone with a residence permit. Because normally aftrr your court(divorce) day Auslanderbeholden will write u a letter stating they give you 2weeks to remary or leave the country.. have a nice day friend..... what city are you??? Sometimes cases is depends on ur city..
Hallo
Since you no longer together you can be deported if you dont leave the country.
It doesnt matter if the divorce is finalised or not.
But you have no reason to stay in Germany.

Which city are you staying?
Which country are you from?
Since you are doing an Ausbildung and well intergrated you have a good chance of staying.

Ever had of the hardship commision?If you face hardship if you return back to your country you can file for hardship.

You can get me through my email
Wanjirukiarie1234@gmail.com

I can advice you how to prepare your case.
You need to act fast before you receive deportation order

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answered May 21 by Denny28
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Hallo
Since you no longer together you can be deported if you dont leave the country.
It doesnt matter if the divorce is finalised or not.
But you have no reason to stay in Germany.

Which city are you staying?
Which country are you from?
Since you are doing an Ausbildung and well intergrated you have a good chance of staying.

Ever had of the hardship commision?If you face hardship if you return back to your country you can file for hardship.

You can get me through my email
Wanjirukiarie1234@gmail.com

I can advice you how to prepare your case.
You need to act fast before you receive deportation
answered May 22 by Pan 123
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Hardship Case Commission

For people who have been rejected in the asylum procedure or no longer have a right of residence for Germany for other reasons


This is especially the case if you

have lived in Germany for a long time (at least 1 ½ years, but if possible significantly longer)
have a Duldung or a Grenzübertrittbescheinigung
live and are reported in Lower Saxony
have not committed serious crimes
no longer have another legal possibility to get a stay for Germany
speak as good German as possible, have work or a job offer and have done a lot for your integration in Germany, for example by helping others or engaging in clubs
have a lot of good contacts and social relations in Lower Saxony and can prove them (Through comments from friends or neighbors).
answered May 22 by Pan 123
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