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Asylum seeker - family reunion with a pending decision question

I am an Ethiopian living here in Switzerland Since September 2011 as an asylum seeker and my case is still under process. On the other hand, My wife was here about a year earlier than me but her application for asylum was refused and finalized with repatriation decision.

As I'm legally living and can exercise my family right, I applied for family reunification (as my wife was settled in another region), and the Federal Migration Office give order to regional offices to transfer my wife to my location and keep us together. In addition, the FMO stated that my wife's repatriation decision is kept pending until my (the husband's) case is finalized.

As a result of that, my wife moved from her place to my region. Then the regional migration office giving her "N" ID card with "wegweisung", kept her in a center where peoples are kept until they are assigned to a community based houses. Note that, this center is also a place where many peoples with the negative decisions are permanently kept in.

The amazing decision from my kantonal immigration office comes here: If I need to be with my wife, I can go and live in the center because they can not provide a house to my wife due to her status . Note that, I used to live in this center, and I know it's with many lesser privileges than I have now: lesser pocket money, no education, no work, daily signature for presence etc.

What would I do?

I can't know the exact meaning of the Deutsch word "wegweisung".

Thanks a lot.
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Re: Immigrant families reunifications

I'd speak to the FMO quickly, as I think "wegweisung" means "expulsion" or "eviction" - so it looks like they still want to send her out.

Also, is there no chance of them putting her in the same place you're staying, since you're married?
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Re: Immigrant families reunifications

I would strongly suggest you reach REBASO ( HEKS Solothurn ) for legal advice.

Website: http://www.heks.ch/de/schweiz/region...nde-solothurn/

Rechtsberatungsstelle für Asylsuchende Solothurn
Patricia Müller
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4500 Solothurn
Tel.: +41 32 621 22 29

Map: http://map.search.ch/solothurn/rossmarktplatz-2.en.html
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I would strongly suggest you reach REBASO ( HEKS Solothurn ) for legal advice.

Website: http://www.heks.ch/de/schweiz/region...nde-solothurn/

Rechtsberatungsstelle für Asylsuchende Solothurn
Patricia Müller
Rossmarktplatz 2
4500 Solothurn
Tel.: +41 32 621 22 29

Map: http://map.search.ch/solothurn/rossmarktplatz-2.en.html
Thanks a lot

I know that one. The lawyer is very helpful but usually very busy of many clients.
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Re: Immigrant families reunifications

I am now curious : Does the Swiss system only have seperate gender accomodation, or do they also have accomodation for married couples? ( and what about families with children?) Anyone know?
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I'd speak to the FMO quickly, as I think "wegweisung" means "expulsion" or "eviction" - so it looks like they still want to send her out.

Also, is there no chance of them putting her in the same place you're staying, since you're married?
Thanks a lot. Once I was thinking of contacting FMO. But, I preferred to have legal advice from the knowledgeable people first.

Regarding putting in the same house of mine, it is not possible because it's Men's home. I have no idea if they have another facility for a married couples.
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Re: Asylum seeker - family reunion with a pending decision question

A legal professional ( or friends at the Association des Ethiopiens en Suisse ) might be able to advise you better.

Case laws:

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