family reunification

Family reunifications for those with subsidiary protection were introduced in Germany on August 1, 2019 | Copyright: Picture-alliance/PIXSELL/ D. Puklavec
Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/P.Pleul
A migrant at the Moria hotspot on Lesbos in January 2019 | Photo: Claire Paccalin
People under subsidiary protection have had to wait for family reunification to be allowed | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/S. Pförtner
The ICRC has set up the free phone stands in several West African countries | Photo: ICRC
German-Arabic dictionary | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/W.Grubitzsch
A high proportion of Syrians refugees in Germany have received 'subsidiary protection' status instead of refugee protection | Photo: Imago
Switzerland: Eritrean kids are reunited with their mother in Europe after eight years of separation | Source: Screenshot UNHCR /Tarik Argaz
More than 28,000 applications for family reunifications have been lodged in Germany already | PHOTO:  picture-alliance/dpa/B. Thissen
Migrants arriving in Goteborg, Sweden.PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/ADAM IHSE
Samia reunited with her daughter Manar (6), in Cyprus, after being separated for 3 years. Credit: IOM/Dimitrios Tsagalas
Unaccompanied minors at a hostel in Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/B.Settnik