Good day, We are contacting you to receive a brief consultation on migration law for one Ukrainian family of elderly people. A man (78 years old, disabled in the fourth group according to the German medical report - partially paralyzed, does not walk and hardly speaks) and his wife (74 years old) when they arrived in Germany on March 7, 2022. Upon arrival, they were registered for Asyl. The specialist of the migration department explained that they are old and will not return to Ukraine anyway, so it is easier to get German citizenship. But now the family thinks that it is better to do the 24th paragraph, but their daughter (she has been living in Germany for 20 years) is worried that the 24th paragraph will expire and her parents will be denied further help by the social welfare office. Please tell me whether they can go to paragraph 24 and whether they really have to pay for everything themselves (health insurance, housing, etc.)? Thank you very much for your reply Best regards, Anastasia Ksenofontova

asked Jul 9 in Legal advice by Anastasiia_ks | 185 views

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