asylum applications

Migrants seen walking towards the Slovenian-Austrian border Slovenia in 2015 | Photo: EPA/Gyorgy Varga
More than half of new asylum applicants in Germany cannot prove their identity, according to the government | Photo: Picture Alliance
From file: Migrants at the the Lesbos Reception and Identification Center on October 7, 2020 | Photo: InfoMigrants/M. MacGregor
The German Office for Migration and Refugees BAMF | Photo: picture-alliance/Geisler-Fotopress
Aiming for zero migrant arrivals: Mette Frederiksen, Danish prime minister since June 2019 |  Photo: EPA/L. Sabroe
Asylum seekers line up at a government office in Germany | Photo: Imago/IPON
There are several anchor centers in Germany, like this one in the Bavarian town of Ingolstadt | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/M. Balk
While the numbers of asylum seekers may be down, there are changes in the demographics | Photo: Reza Shirmohammadi/DW
Migrants on their way to Turkey's Pazarkule border crossing, March 1, 2020 | Photo: Reuters/M. Djurica
Illustrative image of the zapi at Charles-de-Gaulle airport | Photo: InfoMigrants
139 migrants arrived in Hannover, Germany, from Greece on September 29, 2020 | Photo: Picture-alliance
The EU wants to clean up its act when it comes to migration but fails to agree on many of the fundamentals | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/dpa/J. Stratenschulte