Germany 60% Increase in Number of Asylum Applications

Germany recorded 3.26 refugees and asylum seekers living in the country as on June 2023
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The Federal Agency for Immigration and Refugees (BAMF) approved 35,316 asylum applications last month. The cumulative number of refugee applications for this year was 304,581.

According to the same source, the Federal Office said that during the year, he completed 242,185 asylum procedures.
The total number of asylum seekers in Germany from January 2023 to November 2023 was 325,801, of which 304,581 were first-time applications and 21,220 were subsequent applications.

This figure represents an increase of 60.
3 percent compared to the same period last year, when there were 189,998 initial applications.

The data also shows that a total of 21,287 of the first claims in 2023 related to her children born in Germany under the age of one.

Among asylum applications processed, refusals were issued for 55,979 individuals, and 60,762 procedures were categorised as “other procedural solutions”, including Dublin procedures and termination of procedures due to withdrawal of asylum applications.

The average duration for initial and subsequent applications from January to November 2023 for the federal territory was 6.8 months. The annual procedure, including all decisions made on applications submitted during the last 12 months, averaged 4.2 months.


As of the end of November 2023, the number of pending proceedings reached 232,810.

During the same month, the BAMF received a total of 37,140 asylum applications, comprising 35,316 initial applications and 1,824 subsequent applications. As a result, the number of initial asylum applications saw a significant increase of 10.8 per cent compared to the previous month.

At the same time, the Federal Office reached decisions on the asylum applications of 27,970 individuals, marking an increase from the previous month’s 22,998 and the month before, which recorded 18,586 decisions.

The surge in Turkish asylum seekers to Germany has been remarkable, witnessing a staggering 200 per cent increase in applications compared to 2022. This places them as the second-largest group seeking asylum in Germany, following Syrians.

The period between January and October 2023 saw a total of 286,638 asylum applications in Germany, encompassing both initial (267,384) and subsequent (19,254) submissions. The figure represents a substantial growth of 67.5 per cent compared to the same period in the previous year, during which 159,669 initial applications were recorded.


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