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Freiwillige Ausreise

Freiwillige Ausreise is a term that is used to refer to a method of sending asylum seekers back to their home countries.

For those who have had their asylum applications turned down, this is the chance to leave the country “voluntarily”, rather than go through the appeals process and possibly be deported.

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