In this blog the author sheds light on several practical consequences for the asylum procedure as a result of the conclusion of the EU-Turkey agreement encountered while working as a legal volunteer on the island of Leros, Greece.
Tag: Common European Asylum System
Subsidiary protection status may only be granted if authorities in the country of origin intentionally deprive an applicant of appropriate medical treatment, e.g. not providing rehabilitation or preventing access to treatment in a discriminatory manner.
The Court of Justice of the EU found that the effective remedy of an applicant for international protection includes the right to rely on the expiry of the transfer period of the Dublin Regulation.