My nerves are quite frayed. My boyfriend is Pakistani and 40 years old. He fled some time ago because of a family matter, which involved a lot of money and land. Anyway, when he was in Munich, 4 years ago, he heard that Pakistan is not a dangerous country and pretended to be Afghan and made himself 10 years younger, i.e., he committed a crime.
Later, he came to Thuringia, and we have since worked in the same company and lived in the same city. We got to know each other because we went to work together, plus he lived across the street. Later he was my driver, that was in 2019. Since then, we got to know each other and fell in love this July. Only now, I found out that that he is in fact Pakistani. Now the situation is that if he can no longer get a visa or residence permit, he will be deported. He got a little deferment because of Covid, his ID or visa says until 12/22/2020. We were actually planning to get married.
Now my first question is whether this is still possible and if so, how?
And my second question is which European country he may enter?
Thank you in advance!”
The fact that your boyfriend has deceived about his identity can indeed be a reason for deportation, which will probably also be combined with an entry ban to Germany and the entire Schengen area. Unfortunately for you, even getting married will not be able to change this. Especially since you must present many documents also from Pakistan for a marriage in Germany, some of which must be translated and certified. Experience shows that this takes a long time. We also do not know if your boyfriend has taken legal action against the deportation decision or the negative asylum decision. If he has a re-entry ban, which can be valid for a maximum of ten years, he is not allowed to enter Germany, one of the Schengen countries or an EU country.
We would strongly recommend you consult a lawyer who is well versed in asylum and immigration law or to go to a counseling center.
This artical was published in German.