Deportations - or Abschiebung in German - are part of Germany's overall migration management
| Photo: picture alliance / CHROMORANGE / Michael Bihlmayer
Personal information on cell phone can help identify a person or learn more about their intentions | Photo: InfoMigrants
Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Kahnert
Germany hosts the third-largest refugee population in the world  | Photo: Marc Tessensohn/Bundeswehr/picture alliance
For some people, this might be as clots as they ever will get to seeing Germany | Photo: Andreas Franke/picture-alliance
Pakistani asylum seekers are likely to have their claims rejected in Germany  | Photo: EPA/Georgi Licovski
From file: Refugees arriving at Hanover airport in Germany, 2021 | Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa/picture-alliance
The German Office for Migration and Refugees has some hefty bills to pay | Photo: picture-alliance/Geisler-Fotopress
Mirsa and Selim sold everything to bring their children to Germany | Photos: Arber Bajrami/DW
From file: A couple speak in the mausoleum of Imam Reza in Mashhad, 900 km (540 miles) in northeastern of Tehran, Iran | Photo: Picture-alliance
Refugees in Greece are not provided with food in camps for asylum seekers | Photo: Aristidis Vafeiadakis / ZUMA Press Wire
Secondary migration from Greece to Germany continues to rise | Photo: M. Karakoulaki/DW