Welcome back to the Wefugees Community and thank you for reaching out to us.
Actually, I am still a bit confused about your situation. You may want to explain a bit more what exactly happened?
In general, it is not always necessary to join the court ruling. Sometimes the judge can make a decision without hearing you again (which is normally agreed with you/your lawyer). Important is the outcome. Holder of a residence permit are in most of the cases entitled to receive SGBII-social money (from the jobcenter).
But from my experience after the (positive) court ruling you would still need to apply for the residence permit at the immigration office (Ausländerbehörde) and then apply for the SGBII-money at the jobcenter before you will receive it. Until that moment you will still be entitled to receive asylum seeker-benefits (Asylbewerberleistungen) - in most of the cases from the local "Sozialamt".
In any case, please feel free to get back to us if you want to discuss your situation further.
All the best,
Thank you for the clarification. You are right, this is really confusing that they referred to a SGBII- application. But they are also saying “you are applying for asylum seeker benefits” which actually means money according to the “Asylbewerberleistungsgesetz” which you will receive from the Sozialamt. I know that an application for SGBXII and asylum seeker money looks the same. As foreigner you just need to add a form (Anlage). They might refer to that basic form without actually meaning the SGBII as such. As they didn’t send you to the Jobcenter and the Sozialamt will not pay SGBII I assume it will be the money for asylum seekers.
I hope this helps and all the best,