Refugees – Immigrants

Complaint of asylum seekers for accommodation in tents in a camp parking lot and for lack of financial assistance! Unproven allegations. Non-violation of the ECHR

JUDGMENT B.G. and others v. France 10.09.2020 (app. no. 63141/13) see here  SUMMARY The case concerned the accommodation of asylum-seekers for several months in a tent camp set up on a carpark in Metz and the question whether they had received the material and financial support provided for by domestic law. Applicants 1 to 12 […]

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Failure to process asylum applications and repatriation of aliens violated the ECHR

JUDGMENT Μ.Κ. and others v. Poland  23.07.2020 (app. no. 40503/17, 42902/17 and 43643/17) see here SUMMARY The case  concerned the repeated refusal of Polish border guards on the border with Belarus to admit the applicants, who had come from Chechnya and had asked for international protection. The European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that […]

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Asylum seekers lived on the streets for several months without financial assistance despite legal provisions. Humiliating treatment from France

JUDGMENT N.H. and others v. France 02.07.2020 (app. no.28820/13, 75547/13 and 13114/15) see here  SUMMARY The applications concerned five asylum-seekers, single men, living in France. They complained that they had been unable to receive the material and financial support to which they were entitled under French law and had thus been forced to sleep rough […]

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The repatriation of a foreigner who did not substantiate his allegations did not violate the ECHR. Violation due to insufficient research and no granting of an interpreter.

JUDGMENT M.S v. Slovenia and Ukraine 11.06.2020  (no.  17189/11) see here  SUMMARY Asylum applicant, rights of legal representation in a language understood by the applicant, procedural obligations of the State. The applicant, passing through Ukraine illegally, was arrested at the Slovak border. Return to Ukraine as the head of the first host country, where he […]

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Deportation of an immigrant living with his parents and a ban on entering the country for 10 years, due to a large number of his convicts. Non-violation of family life

JUDGMENT Azerkane v. The Netherlands 02.06.2020 (application no. 3138/16) see here   SUMMARY Deportation of an immigrant living with his parents. Right to family life. Non-infringement. It is the right of every state to control its borders and pursue immigration policy. The applicant is a Moroccan national who lived since his birth with his paternal family […]

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The state’s refusal to grant an immigrant legal status, even that of a stateless person, violated his private life.

JUDGMENT Sudita Keita v. Hungary 12.05.2020 (no. 42321/15) see here SUMMARY Unlawful legal situation and consequences in his private life. The applicant, of non-native, Somali and Nigerian descent, entered Hungary in 2002. His efforts to determine his legal status were unsuccessful. He was recognized as a stateless person only in 2017 and only because in […]

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The deportations do not violate the ECHR, as each deportee puts forward his arguments and his case is examined individually.

JUDGMENT  Asady and others v. Slovakia  24.03.2020 (no. 24917/15) see here SUMMARY  Collective expulsion of aliens. Examination by the authorities individually of each case. Non-violation of the ECHR. Deportation of Afghans to Ukraine by Slovak police. The Court examined only 7 of the 19 appeals. It found, in particular, that despite the short duration of […]

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Asylum request for members of a religious community. Rejection due to an unproven risk of inhumane or degrading treatment

JUDGMENT A.S.N. and others v. The Netherlands 25.2.2020 (no.  68377/17 and 530/18) see here  SUMMARY The applicants in both applications are families with minor children, originally from Afghanistan and belonging to the religious community of Sikhs. Citing fears of persecution because of their religious beliefs, they fled to the Netherlands where they sought asylum. Their […]

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Individuals with links to terrorist organizations are protected by the ECHR when their lives are at risk of deportation.

JUDGMENT M.A. and others v. Bulgaria 20.02.2020 (no. 5115/18) see here   SUMMARY The applicants belong to a Uighur minority, Muslims of Chinese nationality, residing in China. In their country of origin, they faced persecution because of their political and religious beliefs. As a result, they entered Turkey through Bulgaria, where they applied for asylum. The […]

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