asked Feb 23, 2021 in Legal advice by Hakeem | 276 views

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Dear @Hakeem,

Welcome back to the Wefugees Community and thank you for reaching out to us again.

We discussed the six months waiting period (so-called "Überstellungsfrist") of the Dublin regulation already in this thread. Here my colleague wrote: "...thsix months start once Germany has either not received any answer from the other European country regarding the takeover-request within the two months/two weeks to one month time frame and reads it as an approval; or if the other country has approved the takeover"

Please follow the link for more information. As I am not sure, how the procedure exactly looks like after a court decided on your case (I assume you appealed against the announcement of being deported to another EU country in the name of Dublin?), I will link two of our experts here. Do you know if the respective country approved already to receive you for the asylum procedure before you appealed? Dear @mbeon-fardeen or @mbeon-Rukundo, can you help out and give some advice?

In any case, please don't hesitate to get back to us with any further questions.

All the best,


answered Feb 28, 2021 by Meike
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