subsidary protection

The refugee and asylum seeker centre (CARA) in Castelnuovo di Porto, which is currently being cleared out for closure | ANSA
More than 28,000 applications for family reunifications have been lodged in Germany already | PHOTO:  picture-alliance/dpa/B. Thissen
Syrian passport | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/M.Kappeler
A female immigrant in the cold in Crotone | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA
Migrants arriving in Goteborg, Sweden.PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/ADAM IHSE
If you ignore the rules your flight might turn into a one-way ticket | Credit: picture-alliance/Zuma Press/B. Stanley
Only immediate family members can apply for family reunification under the new regulation in Germany
Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Kahnert
Many refugees in Germany have family members in Greece whom they want to reunite with (Photo: A Syrian family at Moria camp on November 30, 2017 © REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis)
Migrants at the 'Fenoglio' reception centre run by the Italian Red Cross in Settimo Torinese.PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA/Alessandro Di Marco
People under subsidiary protection have had to wait for family reunifications to be allowed
It is not possible to apply for asylum in two different EU countries | Credit: Picture-alliance/dpa