Changes Caused by the Dublin IV Regulation [en]


  • Changes Caused by the Dublin IV Regulation [en]

    The text is structured by the changed/added articles and paragraphs:

    Art. 2g Extension of the Term “Family”
    Art. 3 P. 3 Inadmissibility Process
    Art. 4 P. 2/Art. 5 P. 4 Deadline for Document Submission
    Art. 5 P. 3 Restriction of Social Services
    Art. 6 P. 1 Obligatory Information for Refugees
    [Art. 8 P. 3b No Examination of Unaccompanied Minor’s Backgrounds]
    Art. 8 P. 4 Deportation of Unaccompanied Minors
    Art. 9 P. 1 One-off Examination of Criteria
    Art. 10 P. 5 Ceasing Protection of Minors in Member States not Responsible
    Removal of Transfer of Responsibility/Article 19 of Dublin III
    Art. 19 Restriction of Sovereignty
    Art. 20 P. 1e Expansion of Return Possibilities
    Art. 20 P. 4 Heavily Restricted Examination after Secondary Movements
    Art. 20 P. 5 No Legal Remedy for Taken Back Refugees
    Art. 24 P. 1 Deportation from Member States not Responsible
    Art. 26 Take Back Notifications
    Art. 27 P. 4 Removal of the Right to Suspensive Effect
    Art. 28 P. 2 Deadline for the Possibility to Receive Legal Remedy
    Art. 28 P. 4 Restriction of Legal Remedy
    Art. 30 P. 2 Handling of Unjustified Deportation
    Art. 34 P. 2 Corrective Allocation Mechanism: Reference Number
    Art. 35 P. 2 Corrective Allocation Mechanism: Reference Key
    Art. 36 P. 1 Corrective Allocation Mechanism: Transfer of Responsibility
    Art. 37 P. 1/3 Corrective Allocation Mechanism: “Financial Solidarity”
    Communication Detention and Denial of Social Services

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