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Does anyone know what are the questions that appear on the interview? submitted by Rima in Asylum proceedings

Hello everyone, I'm from Syria and I have my interview on the 24th November. I would like to know what they are going to ask, to be ready somehow.

Thank you!

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AKAK
Thank you very much AKAK, this guide is very helpful
Rima
Hello AKAK, please next time try to post your answer in the answer box below, so that everybody can see it and benefit from the information you are submitting, as well as voting for your question. Thank you
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Hello Rima, this was my experience during my interview last month:

In the beginning I arrived to the interview place and wait until they called me:

- First they gave me some documents to fulfill with my name, religion, studies, information about my family and so on.

- Afterwards they took a picture of me and I was introduced to the translator there.

- He started to ask me some questions:

What is your name, religion, country and city?
Have you witnessed the massacre in your homeland?
Have you witnessed any chemical weapons attack?
Do you know about any criminal that committed war crimes?
Did you fight against any armed groups or carried out terrorist actions ?
Did you worked providing medical or humanitarian relief?
Do you ask for political and humanitarian asylum?

- Afterwards they gave me a copy of the papers and sent me to the Ausländerbehörde to finish the paperwork and take the Aufenthaltsgestattung and now I’m waiting for my resident card.

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Hello Rima, this was my experience during my interview last month:

In the beginning I arrived to the interview place and wait until they called me:

- First they gave me some documents to fulfill with my name, religion, studies, information about my family and so on.

- Afterwards they took a picture of me and I was introduced to the translator there.

- He started to ask me some questions:

What is your name, religion, country and city?
Have you witnessed the massacre in your homeland?
Have you witnessed any chemical weapons attack?
Do you know about any criminal that committed war crimes?
Did you fight against any armed groups or carried out terrorist actions ?
Did you worked providing medical or humanitarian relief?
Do you ask for political and humanitarian asylum?

- Afterwards they gave me a copy of the papers and sent me to the Ausländerbehörde to finish the paperwork and take the Aufenthaltsgestattung and now I’m waiting for my resident card.

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Thanks a million ^^ It helped me a lot!
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Thank you so much Salma, these answers really helped me.

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