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At the moment there are telephone consultation hours only:
Tuesday 10 am – 2 pm
Wednesdays 1 – 5 pm
Thursday 10 am – 2 pm

Phone number: 0151 716 18 235

You can also contact us by e-mail (see contacts on the right)

The project is aimed at:

  • Asylum seekers,
  • Asylum seekers* who are still in the asylum procedure,
  • rejected asylum seekers who wish to appeal against the BAMF rejection notice or are already in the process of doing so,
  • persons entitled to subsidiary protection who wish to appeal against the BAMF’s partial refusal decision or who are already in the process of doing so
The consulting includes:

  • information on the asylum procedure and, if necessary, alternatives to the asylum procedure,
  • explanation of the substantive conditions of each protection title in the asylum procedure,
  • explanation of special procedural guarantees for particularly vulnerable persons (under Directive 2013/32/EU (Asylum Procedures Directive),
  • preparation and follow-up of the asylum interview,
  • explanation of the content and the positive/negative legal consequences of the BAMF decision,
  • explanation of possible appeals against (partial) refusal,
  • support in lodging appeals (legal action and § 80V application, if necessary consideration of management reports and court decisions).
The social law consulting includes:

  • advice on the distribution system in the asylum procedure, if necessary, support in transnational redistribution policies to create family unity,
  • support in applying for benefits under the AsylbLG,
  • mediation to doctors and psychologists if medical care is needed,
  • advice on access to language courses (explanation of language course systems, offers for different target groups) and educational offers.
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Nadine Essmat
project coordination
n.essmat@kommmit.eu
Jenny Fleischer
j.fleischer@kommmitbbz.de
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Please take a look here for the current consultaion hours due to Corona.
You can find our current office hours here!
Tuesdays
10 am – 2 pm

Jenny Fleischer and Nadine Essmat (German, English, Arabic)
Wednesdays
1 – 5 pm
Lisa Schmidt and Jenny Fleischer (German, English, Arabic)
Thursdays
10 am – 2 pm

bei Nadine Essmat (Deutsch, Englisch, Arabisch)
Turmstr. 72
10551 Berlin
4th floor
For other languages we ask in advance for an appointment request by email.

Information material on the asylum procedure

Fact sheet on applying for family asylum in German and Arabic.

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Our consultations are free of charge!

This project is carried out together with the Flüchtlingsrat Berlin; you can find our main focus here. The project is co-financed by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) of the European Union, as well as Berlin state funds.

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