WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I FLY TO ANOTHER COUNTRY FOR FAMILY REUNIFICATION?

Asylum seekers who are approved for family reunification through Dublin 3 are likely to be very focused on wanting to know when they will fly and when they will see their family again. It is important to remember though that while you are approved for family reunification you are not yet approved for asylum in the country you will be travelling to. Family reunification allows you to unite with family and have your request for asylum transferred only. Once you are transferred you will need to complete an asylum hearing and other procedures in the new country. For the asylum hearing the coherence of your story is very important. Concentrate on the reasons why your life was in danger in your country of origin, for example because you were persecuted or because of an armed conflict. Please remember, that economical reasons like unemployment or wanting a better education for your children is NOT a reason to get granted asylum. It is very useful to get prepared from a NGO or an asylum counselor for your asylum hearing. Also the Mobile Info Team has compiled a small series of articles with useful information about the asylum hearing. Here are the links:ι
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