Dublin Agreement Members

They continue to apply to the UK during the transitional period of the Withdrawal Agreement, as part of the continued application of most EU legislation in the UK during this period, but this will end at the end of the year. More information here: www.proasyl.de/hintergrund/praxishinweise-zur-aktuellen-aussetzung-von-dublin-ueberstellungen-und-ueberstellungsfristen/ Under the Dublin Regulation, separated families and relatives in different European countries can be reunited during their asylum application. Unaccompanied children can apply for a parent, legal guardian or brother and another, aunt, uncle or grandparent living in Europe. Adults can apply to follow their family members (spouses/partners or children) to another Dublin country if the family member is an asylum seeker or refugee or has been granted subsidiary protection. We want a close future partnership to address common challenges in the area of asylum and illegal immigration. Section 17 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 requires the government to negotiate an agreement with the EU allowing unaccompanied children to apply for asylum in the EU to join family members legally residing in the UK if it is in their best interest. This obligation applies whether we leave the EU with or without an agreement. The implementation of transfers puts in place an agreement and we strive to negotiate such an agreement as quickly as possible. Provisions relating to family unity and the best interests of the child are priority considerations which may lead the State responsible for examining the application for asylum to be the State in which the family members or relatives of an asylum seeker reside or reside legally within the meaning of the Dublin III Regulation (depending on the circumstances of the case). .

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