There are more than 800 people living at the Donauwörth anchor center

InfoMigrants visited the Donauwörth 'anchor center' for asylum seekers in Bavaria - one of nine such centers in Germany. Their aim is to accommodate asylum seekers in one place during the entire procedure, from their arrival until their asylum application is decided and they either relocated to another part of Germany or deported. With all the relevant authorities being on site, the process is intended to be faster and more efficient. What's it like to be an asylum seeker there?


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