Decision: the family of a seriously ill person should not be deported

If the family of a seriously ill migrant was to be forced to return to their home country, it would infringe that migrant’s right to family life and personal life, particularly if a member of that family needs to be cons…

Decision: Religious relationships constitute a family life.

Common raising children from a previous partner’s relationship and remaining in a religious (Muslim) relationship with her entitles to obtain a humanitarian residence permit in Poland in order to protect the right to fam…

Decision: Identification with Polish culture prevents from deportation

Issuing a return decision for a family could have significant impact on the development of children who are fully integrated and identify with Polish society and its culture. Protecting children’s rights, as well as thei…

Decision: re-socialized migrant is not a threat to public security or safety

A father of four, who was successfully re-socialized, is not a threat to public security or safety eight years after the commitment of crimes. His deportation would be an unjustified interference in his right to a family…

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…