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Is a refugee in Germany entitled to travel to the UK? This question is one of the most frequently asked questions, and the question is not limited to UK only but is asked about the possibility of a refugee traveling from Germany to his country and to all countries of the world after obtaining asylum in Germany.

In this meeting, we will clarify all these points, and whoever has a question can ask his question in the comment box at the bottom of this video.




Is a refugee in Germany entitled to travel to the UK?

Yes, a refugee in Germany has the right to travel to Britain after obtaining full asylum in Germany, and this means traveling after obtaining asylum residence and not during the study of an asylum application in Germany.


Is a refugee entitled to travel outside Germany after obtaining subsidiary protection?

Yes, if the refugee obtains a German subsidiary protection residence, he can travel abroad, whether to Britain or elsewhere, but the protection document is not a travel document, and therefore the refugee must obtain his own passport so that he can move outside Germany.

If the refugee is unable to obtain a new passport, the refugee can apply for an alien travel document in Germany through the office of the Foreigners Service responsible for him in the region in which he resides in Germany.


Cases of withdrawal of residence in Germany

A refugee is not allowed to travel from Germany to his country during the examination of an asylum application in Germany, and even an asylum seeker is not allowed to move outside the borders of the state in which he resides.

After obtaining subsidiary protection status or obtaining full asylum in Germany, a refugee can travel to all countries of the world except his own.

If the refugee travels to his country, this may lead to the withdrawal of the asylum residence in Germany because the refugee’s travel to his country means that there is no longer any danger to his life and there is no longer a need for him to obtain asylum in Germany because the refugee can travel to his country and return without a presence Danger to his life and thus the fall of the reasons for asylum.

In some cases, the refugee may be granted an exception to travel to the home country if there is a critical illness case for a family member, for example, but this is provided that the refugee’s absence outside Germany when visiting his home country does not exceed 90 days within 180 days.

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