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Germany Rebuffs Most Family Reunification Applications in Greece

Published : 02-06-2019

Germany Rebuffs Most Family Reunification Applications in Greece

The German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees rejected most of family reunification applications submitted by refugees from Greece.

German sources said on Friday that the Federal Office turned down 472 applications for family reunifications, among 626 applications submitted by migrants taking refuge in Greece and who wished to join their families in Germany between January and May.

Humanitarian institutions often level heavy criticism at Germany for never making the reasons for such restrictions as clear as required.

Palestinian refugees say such bans make part of a closed-doors immigration policy pursued by the German government to rein in the influx of refugees to the country.

Palestinians from Syria in Germany are categorized as stateless refugees, according to the German law. The Geneva Convention stipulates that Germany grant nationality to those categorized as stateless refugees, in accordance with the German Nationality Law of 2000.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8713

The German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees rejected most of family reunification applications submitted by refugees from Greece.

German sources said on Friday that the Federal Office turned down 472 applications for family reunifications, among 626 applications submitted by migrants taking refuge in Greece and who wished to join their families in Germany between January and May.

Humanitarian institutions often level heavy criticism at Germany for never making the reasons for such restrictions as clear as required.

Palestinian refugees say such bans make part of a closed-doors immigration policy pursued by the German government to rein in the influx of refugees to the country.

Palestinians from Syria in Germany are categorized as stateless refugees, according to the German law. The Geneva Convention stipulates that Germany grant nationality to those categorized as stateless refugees, in accordance with the German Nationality Law of 2000.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8713