The Federal government is working on a draft law for the simplification and acceleration of asylum proceedings.

this is a project of the coalition agreement, a relief to the administrative courts is to be achieved. There had accumulated to the beginning of the year, more than 300,000 procedures from the asylum area.

Also, not to ensure faster decision-making for rejected asylum seekers, the actions against their asylum decision, not only remain, therefore, longer in Germany, because overloaded judges manage to decide quickly about your case.

In the SPD-led justice Ministry, but there are probably fundamental objections to the first draft, the Federal interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) has submitted. How the German press Agency learned from government circles, prevented the Ministry of justice a few days ago that the draft bill is passed in its current version to comment on countries and associations.

Seehofer’s draft, according to information from government circles, that the principle can be clarified issues relating to the asylum procedure in the future by the Federal administrative court generally valid. This is not allowed and leads to the fact that the administrative courts must decide again about the same issues. Because the Federal administrative court in asylum procedures thus far been limited to a review of questions of law.

The proposed extension of the revision option is also to prevent the administrative courts in different States to evaluate the same facts differently. This is happening frequently – although you have to assess the situation in the country of origin of the asylum seeker, the same knowledge is available – for example, by the German foreign office and the UN refugee Agency.

Especially if it’s a question of whether an asylum applicant has already been in another EU country be registered, will be sent back to the so-called Dublin rules in this country, judgments of the administrative court judges in various ways to date. While some judges families not to send children back to Bulgaria, others see no Problem with this.

Not only asylum seekers whose application for protection was rejected, go to court. Foreigners, which the Federal office for Migration and refugees (Bamf) has just awarded a “subsidiary protection status”, often complain. As for refugees with this Status, it is more difficult for family members to catch up on.

In the past year had complained, according to the Federal government 133.251 asylum-seekers against the Bamf. Most of them came from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.