Saxon commission on hardship cases

The commission on hardship cases  aims to help foreigners, who have been commanded to leave the country, to get a permission to stay for humanitarian or personal reasons. For that, one needs to get in contact with a member of the commission on hardship cases, who will hand in an application to the commission. On this basis, the commission will decide about the stay of the person.

If  the  Saxon  commission  on  hardship  cases  concludes a reason for staying in Germany, it petitions the Saxon State Ministry of the Interior to order that a residency permit will be issued.

The chairperson of the Saxon commission on hardship cases is the Saxon Commissioner of Foreigners’ Affairs Geert Mackenroth.

The Sächsischer Flüchtlingsrat e. V. has the permanent right to recommend a member of the commission on hardship cases . At present the manager of the Sächsischer Flüchtlingsrates e.V., Mr. Ali Moradi, is member of the Hardship Commission.

You can contact Mr. Moradi and apply with your personal case for the commission.

Information

Information about the Saxon commission on hardship cases is given in the  Rules of procedure of the Saxon commission on hardship cases (German) as well as in the brochure of the Saxon commission on hardship cases , which sums up the most important information in 11 different languages.

Applications

To be treated as hardship, an application form and an informed consent have to be filled in.

Synopsis of the commission on hardship cases of the federal states

The synopsis of the commission on hardship cases of the several federal states as at the 31th December 2011 compares the several federal states and portrays statistics and activity reports.