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Key laws that define regulate international protection in WB countries

Key laws that define regulate international protection in WB countries

Key laws that define regulate international protection in WB countries

The national asylum procedures in the region differ in a number of ways, for example as
regards the steps involved in the asylum procedure and the grounds for granting or
refusing asylum. In Albania and Kosovo, asylum-seekers cannot express their intention
EPRS The Western Balkans – Frontline of the migrant crisis
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to request protection prior to submitting a formal request. In BiH and Serbia, asylumseekers
can express such an intention, after which they are obliged to formally do so
within a determined timeframe. Recent changes have also made this possible in the
former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. However, the vast majority of refugees only spend a limited time in the Western Balkans and rarely submit asylum requests.

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