Hungary > Overview
refugees and migrants Hungary
is a transit country to Central and Northern Europe.
Crossing the border (in the east via Ukraine,
in the south from Greece via
a serious risk of illegal push-back (“refoulement”) is given, even if a person
applies for asylum. A high percentage tries to continue the journey after
having been registered. Many are later deported back to Hungary under
the Dublin Regulation. In fact, the recognition rates for single groups (in
particular Somalis) tend to be high in comparison to other European countries.
This is, however, contrasted by the harsh social conditions.
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Hungary > Dublin II
Hungary has not stopped all deportations to Greece, but if somebody explicitly says, that she/he does not want to be deported back to Greece, the Immigration Office suspends their asylum procedure for some weeks, and in the end they do not send the person back to Greece. So express clearly that you don’t want to go back to Greece.
And there is another problem: Many people try to continue their journey after having been fingerprinted in Hungary. If you have fingerprints in Hungary and continue to another country you can be sent back to Hungary...
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Hungary > Asylum
- Different forms of protection that you can get in Hungary
- How do I ask for asylum?
- How is the application processed?
- Rights of the asylum seekers
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