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Germany normally has six months to send an asylum seeker back to the country responsible for processing their asylum claim | Photo: picture alliance/M. Reichel
Refugees at a German language course | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/H.Kaiser
An Eritrean asylum seeker goes to the BAMF offices for his interview with those who will decide if he can receive protection or not | Photo: Picture-alliance /dpa/arifoto UG/ M. Reichel
German authorities are entitled to search mobile phone data under a 2017 law meant to prevent "asylum abuse". | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/S. Kahnert
Many homeless migrants are suddenly finding themselves helpless on Germany's streets | Photo: picture-alliance
Entry area of the Conn Barracks, home of the new anchor center in Geldersheim/Niederwerrn, northern Bavaria | Photo: Johannes Hardenacke, government of Lower Franconia
Last year there were more than 8,400 Dublin transfers from Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/B.Roessler
The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees in Germany, the BAMF | Photo; Picture-alliance/dpa/D.Kammann
Uighurs protest in Berlin | Photo: Getty Images/S.Gallup
Participants of an integration course | Photo: Picturea-alliance/dpa/W.Grubitzsch
A peaceful protest calling for family reunification was held outside the German embassy in Athens in 2017 | Photo: M. Lolos/Imago
A migrant from Kosovo (left) at a counseling for voluntary return in Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa