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Hi everyone,hope y’all doing well.

The Auslanderbehorder are requesting for my passport because my asylum is finish and I have a wife and a daughter whose asylum claims are still in the court process.I don’t know what to do because I could be deported if I summit it to the foreign office.do anyone has an ideal in what to do in situation?

Thank you

asked 2 days ago in Legal advice by Chiefpriestgambino
Passport is for to deport those that are not into asylum anymore.  So u have to be careful , if they get your passport they will ask u to back to your country and apply a Visa to the German Embassy. So i can't give u any hope that u should submit your passport to them.  Try and see a lawyer

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Passport is for to deport those that are not into asylum anymore.  So u have to be careful , if they get your passport they will ask u to back to your country and apply a Visa to the German Embassy. So i can't give u any hope that u should submit your passport to them.  Try and see a lawyer
answered 2 days ago by Mo_singz
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Hello Chiefpriestgambino,
If your asylum application is finally rejected by the court, it's a normal procedure for Ausländerbehörde to request for your national passport.
This happen to all asylum seekers.
Now you only have to prove to them that you are unable to obtain your country passport with evidence .
If you fail to provide  your national passport or you fail to give any tangible reasons, that might create a whole lot of problems for you in the future.
For example they can ban you from working or drastically reduce your asylum benefits. So it's in your own interests to corporate.
Note not everyone who submit his or her passport are told to leave the country, everything depends on your case at BAMF or your responsible Ausländerbehörde.

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answered 1 day ago by Great Man
edited 1 day ago by Great Man
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