Asylum and Refugee Status
When you apply for asylum, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) checks whether
- you are granted international protection (refugee status or subsidiary protection)
- you have a right to asylum according to the German Constitution (Art. 16a Grundgesetz)
- there must be ordered a ban on deportation.
There are many reasons for refusal of asylum applications:
- Germany may not be responsible for the asylum procedure according to the Dublin III Regulation
- Another “safe” country has already been granted a residence status
- Lack of danger in the country of origin
- Your persecution story is not believed.
Even after a protection status has been granted in Germany, it can be withdrawn, for example because circumstances in the home country have changed.
In this area our Specialist (Fachanwalt) in Immigration Law Marten Kaspar will assist you.