first step: inform yourself
the quickest way to learn about your rights
Handbook Germany offers wide and easy-accessible Information on Legal Topics. Multilingual.
Immigration4Ukraine offers legal information on several issues- from employment law to health law.
second step: ask questions
ask your specific questions to experts and fellows – any time, any place!
On Wefugees you can ask legal questions online to get fast response.
Your questions are answered by legal experts and fellow migrants.
Past questions are stored and searchable – maybe your question has already been answered.
MBeon is an app for mobile devices.
You can get in touch with dedicated social workers and ask your individual questions via chat.
third step: get free counselling
individual counselling can be necessary when you are in conflict with authorities – but the matching process often takes up to 1 month.
ProAsyl offers free counselling via email, especially when you have trouble with your residential status.
Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
BumF offers free counselling via telephone with view to minors and young migrants.
Find a counselling center near to your location.
You are 27 years or older?
You are under 27?
Check the counselling offers at your local refugee law clinic