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AT: Supreme Administrative Court ruled on the suspensive effect of a remedy in an accelerated asylum procedure

ECLI: AT: VWGH: 2019: RO2018140002.J00
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EUAA Courts and Tribunals Network
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Referral to the CJEU
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Relevant Legislative Provisions
Revised Asylum Procedures Directive (Directive 2013/32/EU on common procedures for granting and withdrawing international protection) and/or APD 2005/85/CE;
Austria, Supreme Administrative Court [Verwaltungsgerichtshof - VwGH], Applicant (Somalia) v Federal Administrative Court (Bundesverwaltungsgerichts) [Decision of 07/08/2018 no. W237 2202387-1 / 4E], Ro 2018/14/0002, ECLI: AT: VWGH: 2019: RO2018140002.J00, 31 January 2019. Link redirects to the English summary in the EUAA Case Law Database.
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According to the contribution of the EASO Courts and Tribunals Network,

In cases where the conditions laid down in Article 46 (6) and (8) of the Procedural Directive are met, the person concerned may be allowed to remain in the territory of a Member State only until only until a court has reviewed the legality of the immediate termination of his stay. Provided that this court decision takes into account that the conditions of Article 46 (6) in conjunction with Article 31(8) of the Procedural Directive are met, that the principle of non-refoulement under Article 19(2) of the Carter of Fundamental Rights is respected and that the procedural rights of the person concerned guaranteed by Article 47 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights are not violated, this is conformity with EU law as interpreted by the CJEU.  

Country of Decision
Court Name
AT: Supreme Administrative Court [Verwaltungsgerichtshof - VwGH]
Case Number
Ro 2018/14/0002
Date of Decision
Country of Origin
Asylum Procedures/Special Procedures
Effective remedy
Second Instance determination