Eu Readmission Agreement With Turkey

Eu Readmission Agreement With Turkey

The requesting State shall take back any person taken back by the requested State where it is found, within three months of the transfer of the person concerned, that the conditions set out in Articles 3 to 6 of this Agreement are not fulfilled. In order to support the further full and effective implementation of this Agreement, EU financial assistance, including a sectoral support programme in the field of integrated border management and migration, will be developed in a manner to be defined jointly with the Turkish authorities and, in addition, within the framework of and in line with the next EU financial perspective. 3. The application of this Agreement shall not affect the rights and procedural safeguards of individuals against the return procedures provided for in Directive 2008/115/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on common standards and procedures in the Member States for the return of illegally staying third-country nationals (5), in particular as regards their access to legal advice – information, temporary suspension of the enforcement of return decisions and access to legal remedies. 3. Without prejudice to Article 7(3), any application for readmission shall be submitted in writing and shall use a common form attached to Annex 5 to this Agreement. 2. Subject to paragraph 3 of this Article, any transfer of a person to be readmitted under one of the obligations referred to in Articles 3 to 6 shall require the submission of an application for readmission to the competent authority of the requested State. `residence permit` means a residence permit issued by Turkey or one of the Member States, of any kind, giving a person the right to reside on its territory. This does not apply to the temporary residence permit on its territory in the context of the processing of an asylum application or an application for a residence permit; 2. Within five working days of receipt of the application, the requested State shall inform the requesting State in writing of the approval, confirm the place of entry and the expected date of admission or notify it of the refusal of admission and the reasons for such refusal. In the absence of a response within five working days, transit shall be deemed to have been agreed.

`person who is without authorisation` means any person who, in accordance with the applicable procedures laid down by national law, does not fulfil or no longer fulfils the conditions for entry into force in the territory of Turkey or of a Member State or for staying on the territory of Turkey or of a Member State; 3. Turkey shall also relearn persons who, under Turkish law, have been deprived of their nationality since entering the territory of a Member State or who have withdrawn their nationality, unless naturalisation has been promised by that Member State. 3. This Agreement shall not apply to third-country nationals or stateless persons referred to in Articles 4 and 6 who have left the territory of the requested State more than five years before the competent authorities of the requesting State become aware of them, unless the conditions for their readmission to the requested State in accordance with Articles 4 and 6 can be determined on the basis of the documents listed in Annex 3. . .

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