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Information available on voluntary return

With the "Returning from Germany" online portal, a nationwide hotline for returnees, of the Information Centre for Voluntary Return (ZIRF) and ZIRF Counselling, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees offers a range of information on the topic of voluntary return to and reintegration in countries of origin.

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Integrated return management

The Federal Republic of Germany considers effective and humane return policy as constituting an effective, tried-and-tested migration policy management tool.

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Return programmes

The German authorities – the Federation and the Länder – offer prospective returnees a variety of return programmes, including the REAG/GARP return programme, which is administrated by the Federal Office, as well as Start-up cash Plus

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Reintegration programmes

The ERIN and URA reintegration programmes offer a variety of support activities such as social counselling or job placement to returnees making a fresh start in their country of origin, thus providing them with real prospects there.

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Additional Information

Counselling centres on returns

FAQ: Voluntary Return

People whose asylum application in Germany has been turned down may opt to return voluntarily. This is an alternative to forced return. Asylum-seekers whose asylum proceedings have not yet been concluded may also return to their country of origin voluntarily. These FAQs indicate what needs to be taken into account, what the advantages of voluntary return are and what promotional programmes and advice are on offer.

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Contact

Do you have any questions? Please contact us!


Federal Office for Migration and Refugees - return hotline

Frankenstraße 210
90461 Nürnberg
Telephone: +49 911 943 - 0
Fax: +49 911 943 - 1000
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