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Existence of Admissibility Procedure

Article 5 of the Dublin III Regulation foresees that a personal interview takes place in order to establish the determining State under the Dublin procedure. This interview allows for a proper understanding of the Dublin system, the possibility to submit information on the presence of family relations and to challenge a transfer decision. Many countries have used the admissibility interview to examine applications under the Dublin procedure. As a result, the applicant is subjected to an interview which may not be tailored to the specificities of the application of the Dublin criteria and the right to raise challenges against a transfer.

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Existence of Admissibility Procedure | List of References

© 27.07.2021, Provided by Database for Institutional Comparisons in Economies (https://dice.ifo.de/en/taxonomy/term/2338)
Author Title Publication Edition Url Accessed Source type
European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) Asylum Procedures in Europe: Types of Procedures 2016 http://asylumineurope.org/ 2016-03-03 web
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Author Title Publication Url Accessed Source type
European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) Asylum Procedures in Europe: Types of Procedures 2016 Internet/Webpage

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