family reunification

From file: Syrians, the main recipients of subsidiary protection in Germany, often face long waits to bring family members living in refugee camps | Photo: EPA/Andre Pain
From file: Decisions handed down by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg are considered to be binding | Photo: P. Scheiber/imago
Afghan refugees show their registration cards to renew their Proof of Registration (POR) cards in Peshawar, Pakistan on September 30, 2021 | Photo: Arshad Arbab/EPA
A still from a video showing Alice, a four-year-year Ukrainian child that was separated from her mother during an evacuation from the Azovstal steel plant | Photo: ANSA/Telegram
From file: A woman carries her child in an initial reception facility in Bitburg, Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/H.Tittel
Over the next few years, 500 Afghans will be able to call Berlin their new home | Photo: Markus Mainka/picture-alliance
Internally displaced Afghan families visit a health office in Kabul, Afghanistan, on September 14, 2021 | Photo: EPA
The Biagio Conte community in Palermo, Sicily | Photo: ANSA/Ignazio Marchese
Huts in a refugee camp in Cyprus | Photo: DW/M. Karakoulaki
Refugee children at the US air base Ramstein in Germany | Photo: Thomas Koehler/photothek/picture-alliance
From file: Millions of Afghans have been displaced | Photo: Reuters
Chamseddine Marzoug tends to the 
"cemetery of the unknowns" almost daily | Photo: Mehdi Chebil