Monday, June 8, 2015


There's an important question on both Ideas and my mind: 
Ideas' fingerprints have been taken when he entered Hungary illegally. A judge and 2 translators insisted that this registration won't show up when applying for asylum in a EU country. They claimed that only if you are in the books as a refugee, you get sent back to the country of first entry into the EU to apply for asylum there. The Germans, in some places, don't deport refugees back to Hungary. It can be important for further choices for Ideas. The question is: are prints taken for illegal border crossing in Hungary showing up on the Schengen database Eurodac a reason for deporting you back?

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