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Since the German government allowed secondary protection to reunite their families in August 2018, some 9,000 of the families of these refugees received visas to enter Germany. The state news agency DPA reported that 8758 family members of secondary protection have received visas to enter the country since the family reunion of these people was opened in August 2018 until the end of June 2019.

The right of reunification for secondary protection was suspended by the German Government in March 2016. The suspension did not include full asylum in accordance with the Geneva Convention.

Secondary protection was allowed to reunite with their families only at the beginning of August 2018 after lengthy negotiations between the parties of the government coalition, provided that the number of people allowed into the country within the framework of reunification does not exceed 1,000 persons per month.

The families of persons with secondary protection in Germany apply for admission to German representations abroad, after which foreigners' departments in the areas in which they live will study the application and transfer it to the Federal Administrative Office, which issues the final decision on the application.


Source: Immigrant News

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