family reunification

An Eritrean refugee waits to be processed in Germany | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/arifoto UG/M.Reichel
From file: A woman in Athens takes part in a march to protest against delayed family reunification to Germany in November 2017 | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Baltagiannis
The migrants who will be transferred to Britain had to wear protective face masks as a precaution against COVID-19, as they boarded their flight | Photo: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
Many homeless migrants are suddenly finding themselves helpless on Germany's streets | Photo: picture-alliance
Many migrants have been separated from their close family members during their migration | Photo: Picture-alliance/Zuma Press/London News Pictures/P. Hackett
People fear for the safety and well-being of their migrant relative when they cease to hear from them | Photo: picture-alliance/Zuma/Sopa/J. Merida
A peaceful protest calling for family reunification was held outside the German embassy in Athens in 2017 | Photo: M. Lolos/Imago
The Houses of Parliament in London | Photo: picture-alliance/Zumapress/S. Chung
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the French coast in August 2019 | Photo: Reuters
In order to get approved for family reunifications, relatives first need to file a request at German diplomatic missions abroad | Photo: Picture-alliance
This picture is not a picture of MO1 who needs to remain anonymous for legal reasons  | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/F.von Erichsen
The reunification and embrace between Mariam, a Syrian refugee, upon her arrival at Fiumicino airport in Rome, and her children who had already been in Italy for a year, 25 September 2019. | Photo: ANSA/Telenews