My name is Hamza
I'm from Syria
I arrived Germany in 27/01/2015 and I did interview in 25/02/2015 after that I have received Dublin post in 27/04/2015 because I was in Hungary and Austria then I didn't received any thing and all people who have Dublin posts who arrived Germany after me got refugee so I hope if anyone know what must I do writing his advice
Hello Mizo, sorry for the late response. Regarding to the asylum proceeding and the refugee status, usually it is all about being patient waiting until the asylum proceedings are finished, including the interview. The complete registration can take (unfortunately) up to 3 months.They have to deal with thousands and thousands of applications and it takes a lot of time, depending on where you come from and how long the asylum case and the 'Ausländerbehörde' take.
In any case, German bureaucracy is very very strict and conscientious. It takes ages to proceed with every paper.
And always, always feel free to ask the people around you
Hope it helps
Could anyone says something!!!!!
Try asking lawcliniccologne.com/ there might be help.
The Refugee Law Clinic is a project conducted by law students from Cologne which supports migrants, in particular refugees and asylum seekers. We offer free legal and non-legal advice and other support, for example we can accompany and give guidance to our clients when attending appointments at the border agency. We collaborate with qualified lawyers and other charities. If we can be of any assistance, do not hesitate to attend our clinic, send us an email at email@example.com or call us at 0175/7622873.
If I understand correctly, Germany wants to send you back to the country you first registered. That is legal under the Dublin III agreement. Countries can send refugees to their first place of entry into the European Union. The agreement has not been enforced for Greece, Italy and I think Romania that means Germany is not sending back refugees to these countries because the living situation is unbearable. Sending you back to Austria might happen but Hungary is unlikely. Right now Germany is dealing with a million refugees, proceedings are slow because of the huge work load the administration has to shoulder. We can only ask for your patience. If you're send back to Austria or Hungary you will have another refugee status determination interview. You didn't get asylum in Germany, right? Hope the lawyers can help you!