Voivodeship Administrative Court: evidence needs to be properly reviewed

The Refugee Board has completely failed to take into account evidence presented by a party pertaining to his political activity and to the treatment of members of the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan at the hands of state authorities. That

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Decision: deportation could violate children`s rights

Deportation could violate children rights to the extent that threatens their psychophysical development. Children were in Poland for over five years. They fully integrated into the Polish society planning their future in Poland, they speak Polish fluently and have almost

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Voivodship Administrative Court: stay of the execution of the asylum decision

EU law guarantees an asylum seeker a right to stay for the duration a courts’ proceedings. The ruling of 17 July 2019, no. IV SA/Wa 1457/19, of Voivodship Administrative Court in Warsaw was based on Article 46 (5) of the

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The Dutch Court temporarily halted Dublin transfer to Poland

The Dutch Court temporarily halted Dublin transfer of an asylum seeker from Netherland to Poland. The transfer was supposed to be carried out in accordance with Dublin III Regulation. According to this regulation, as a general rule, a member state

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ECtHR communicates a case against Poland: detention of a victim of violence

We’ve been fighting for years with unlawful migration detention. We represent migrants before domestic courts deciding on their detention, we represent them in compensation proceedings, we also fight for their rights before the European Court of Human Rights. The Court

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Gross inactivity of the Mazowieckie Province Governor – judgement of the Voivodship Administrative Court in Warsaw

Voivodship Administrative Court in Warsaw stated that the Mazowieckie Province Governor fell into gross inactivity. In consequence, the Court adjudicated a compensation for our client for the difficulties caused by this inactivity. Our client applied for subsequent temporary residence permit

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Victims of violence cannot be placed in immigration detention facility

The Regional Court in Olsztyn reminded that victims of violence cannot be placed in detention centers for foreigners. Our client – a victim of violence – was awarded compensation for wrongful detention. The Regional Court in Olsztyn granted compensation for

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Association for Legal Intervention comments on Poland’s reporting before UN Committee against Torture

Between 23th and 24th of July the Polish delegation presented in Geneva a report before the UN Committee against Torture.  We refer to some of the answers given by the Polish government concerning migration. After the reporting session, the representatives

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Asylum seekers are entitled to school supplies within the “Good start” benefit

The Voivodeship Administrative Court in Warsaw ruled that the regulation exceeded the delegation of legislative powers and therefore, it did not provide the right to refuse the “Good start” benefit to foreigners applying for international protection. The Voivodeship Administrative Court

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Residence permit on humanitarian grounds for a member of Hazara minority

We are happy to announce that an Afghanistani client of ours to whom we provide legal and integration-related assistance has been allowed to stay in Poland on humanitarian grounds. Our client has been in Poland since 2011. He has received

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