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Hello everyone , thank you very much for the help so far.

i have been in Germany for about - year now , and during this time I worked full time job and studied German full time it wasn’t easy but I was able or able to copy because of corona it’s a bit slow but I’m in B1 Level now ...

i wanted to go for Ausbildung when I’m done with my studies just to help my asylum but I have IT skills and recently got a job from a company and the auslander gave me 4 years working permit to work in the company until 2025 ...

what does it mean, if my asylum gets terminated does the Ausländerbehoder withhold my working permit or ??  

Should I now focus on working and maybe get a blue pass if that’ is possible or should I quit my job and do an Ausbildung to save my self ??

i have tried to contact my lawyer but his out of reach and barely returns calls.

I need the best possible advices please

P/s : I already have a university degree and expect an Annekung From the govt
asked May 3 in Work by Sanesam

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I can only speak of the 4 years working permit issued to you from the Ausländerbehörde while you still in the Asylum process.
Please be informed that that's doesn't mean nothing, because the same thing happened to me also while my Asylum procedure was still on going.
I had an unlimited work contract from my company and Ausländerbehörde issued me 3 years work permit.
After the final rejection of my Asylum application I managed to maintain my work permit but that will depend on your cooperation in clarifying your identity.
answered May 4 by Great Man
Hi. Thank u for ur answer, I work in a restaurant as a authentic main cook, I work for 5 years and my asylum case is refused by court, how can I apply for any kind a work visa through aüslanderabhöde?
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Dear @Sanesam,

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

I would agree with @MB. In case your asylum application gets rejected, there is no guarantee that your current work permit will stay valid for the same period written on your Aufenthaltsgestattung now. You might be asked to leave the country or the immigration office will issue a Duldung. As MB mentioned already, wether you are allowed to work with a Duldung will depend on various factors, including clarifying your identity, for instance. 

About the blue passport: This is nothing you could apply for now. If the BAMF's decision on your asylum case will be positive and they give you a refugee status, the immigration office will issue the refugee passport (blue passport) accordingly. Or are you talking about the "Blue Card/EU" for highly skilled workers?

Making an Ausbildung in Germany is in general always advisable and can help you to secure your stay - even if your asylum application fails. However, as you are already qualified, there might be other perspecties for you as well. It is a bit difficult to give you a tailored recommendation here without knowing too many details. Did you check this website already? I think it is very useful if you want to find out how to acknowledge your degree here in Germany. 

I will also link two of our experts here as well. Dear @mbeon-Rukundo or @mbeon-Ruth, can you add any information/advice?

I hope this helps and please don't hesitate to get back to us with any further questions.

All the best,

Meike

answered May 8 by Meike
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