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Getting Married To A Failed Asylum Seeker In Germany

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Getting Married To A Failed Asylum Seeker In Germany

Postby Addams » Wed Nov 30, 2016 8:50 am

Hi...

My question is regarding the question of the process of marrying in germany to a failed asylum seeker.

Mr.J is a Kenyan who came to Germany illegally and applied for asylum on arrival but with a different identity and a different nationality. Since there wasnt any document found on him the authorities had to go with what he stated. His asylum process was later rejected, but the authorities didnt knw where exactly is his origin so deportation wasnt possible to date. His now living for almost 4 years in germany with a 3months renewing visa.

Is it possibly for him to get married to his Germany girlfriend(together for 2years), without putting the threat of him deported at a very high state?

Thank you in Advance
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Getting Married To A Failed Asylum Seeker In Germany

Postby Labhruinn » Wed Nov 30, 2016 12:36 pm

Hi...

My question is regarding the question of the process of marrying in germany to a failed asylum seeker.

Mr.J is a Kenyan who came to Germany illegally and applied for asylum on arrival but with a different identity and a different nationality. Since there wasnt any document found on him the authorities had to go with what he stated. His asylum process was later rejected, but the authorities didnt knw where exactly is his origin so deportation wasnt possible to date. His now living for almost 4 years in germany with a 3months renewing visa.

Is it possibly for him to get married to his Germany girlfriend(together for 2years), without putting the threat of him deported at a very high state?

Thank you in Advance
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Getting Married To A Failed Asylum Seeker In Germany

Postby Leonides » Wed Dec 07, 2016 2:26 pm

You have three options:

(1) You can attempt to get married under the identity that you have assumed. Because it is a fake identity, you won't be able to produce a birth certificate, so this is a bit tricky.

(2) You can register for marriage under your true identity. You will need a birth certificate and possibly also a statement from your home country about your eligibility to marry(i.e. that you are not already married).

Once a date has been set for the marriage, you are protected and you can no longer be deported.

If there will even be an attempt made at deportation of course also depends on which country you are from.

(3) You can go to another EU country and get married there. Traditionally, Denmark has been quite easy and the marriage is fully recognised in Germany.

Andreas Moser

www.moser-law.com

www.andreasmoser.wordpress.com
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