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My sister and I are asylum seekers in Greece and my mother is suffering from a mental illness. My sister and I are going to go to Germany. Please advise how we can relocate and move from Greece to Germany?
asked Jul 29 in Information & Offers by Saeed1

Dear @Saeed1

Welcome to the Wefugees community and thank you for reaching out to us. 

In think some further details on your situation would help our experts to give you more tailored advice. For example: Where is your mother staying? Did she apply for asylum or does she have a residence permit already? Did you apply for asylum and are you underage or adults? Where are you staying in Greece? 

Looking forward to your reply. 

All the best, 

Meike

Hello, thank you for your answer. I am 16 years old and my sister is 17 years old and my mother is 54 years old. We live in a small tent near Camp Malakasa near Athens and have applied for asylum.  But the situation here is not good at all and my mother is getting worse every day. We all want to go to Germany together. But we do not know how to go.  Thanks for the help.

Dear @Saeed1

Thank you for your reply. I am sorry to hear that you find yourself in a very difficult situation and your mother is dealing with health issues. Is there a close family member already staying in Germany? If that would be the case, there is a chance to get reunited in the name of the so-called Dublin regulation. Unfortunately, I am not familiar with any other way to move to Germany as asylum seeker at the moment. The EU governments were originally planning to distribute asylum seekers among the EU countries, but the actual procedures seem to stuck and there is hardly progress. I will try some further research, but I am afraid that you need to try as good as possible to improve your situation in Greece itself for the time being. Really sorry not being able to share better news or helpful information. Is there any organization supporting you and especially your mother? I wish you a lot of strength and hope that things are improving very soon! 

All the best, 

Meike

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Thank you very much for your sympathy. Unfortunately, we do not have close relatives in Europe. But Germany is currently accepting patients. And even those we know here have accepted while they do not have any illness.  If this reception includes my family and there is a place to register, I will apply. Thank you very much for your help in this matter.
answered Jul 31 by Saeed1
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