New Implementing Regulation sets out detailed rules regarding application Dublin III

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A new Implementing Regulation has entered into force providing detailed rules for the application of the Dublin III Regulation, which entered into force in July 2013 and replaces the Dublin II Regulation. The Recitals of the Implementing Regulation state that the Regulation is designed to “increase the efficiency of the [Dublin] system and improve the cooperation between national authorities” by ensuring the “effective application” by Member States of the Dublin III Regulation in practice.

The detailed rules cover the preparation required of States prior to requesting another State to assume responsibility for an asylum seeker, obligations in the case of delays in the procedure, the necessary consultation between States that host different members of the same family, required actions by States to identify the family of unaccompanied children seeking asylum, and the conditions and arrangements for exchanging data regarding the state of health of the asylum seeker before he or she is sent back to the state deemed responsible for examining the asylum application.

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