Going abroad with toleration?

CorePress2024-02-19  11

Going abroad with toleration?

My wife comes from Asia and currently only has a permit from the immigration authorities. Until she receives her residence permit. But she probably won't get this until October because of an ongoing document check.

But we had to go to the Netherlands with my family for about 3 days. Is there any possibility that she can get a permit or something like that? There aren't even border controls. I've been there a lot of times and have never been checked for ID or anything like that. So it probably wouldn't be noticeable, but of course we don't want to take any risks. Our baby has German citizenship, but she doesn't. Therefore she is waiting for the residence permit. However, the toleration does not allow her to travel to other EU countries.

Is there a solution or not at all? The immigration authorities here cannot be reached by phone and they only answer emails weeks later. That's why I asktake a look here.



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I am not an expert on immigration or residency requirements, but I can give you some general information. It is important to note that the rules and conditions for traveling with a toleration may vary from country to country and it is advisable to contact an appropriate authority or lawyer for specific information.

As a rule, tolerations do not allow travel abroad unless a separate permit is granted. Since your wife currently has a tolerated stay and no specific permission to travel abroad, it could be problematic if she travels to the Netherlands without permission.

Even if there are no border controls,There is still a chance that if her documents are checked during the trip, she may be asked questions or have to prove that she is in the country legally. In the worst case, there could be consequences such as an entry ban or other legal difficulties.

To be on the safe side, I recommend contacting the relevant immigration authority or another official body directly to get information about traveling abroad to receive a toleration. The authorities can provide the most up-to-date information and guidelines and may also issue a permit to travel to the Netherlands.

It is important to respect the applicable laws and regulations to avoid any negative impact on your wife's immigration status to have. Therefore, it is advisable to use official channels to obtain all necessary permissions and avoid potential risks.



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