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6 Asylum Procedures

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This chapter discusses rules of European asylum law on procedures on the granting and withdrawal of protection. Most rules on asylum procedures are laid down in the Procedures Directive, a few in the Dublin Regulation and the Temporary Protection Directive. The chapter addresses the asylum procedures in first instance. It discusses some peculiarities of the scope of the Procedures Directive and its relation to other instruments that are relevant for asylum procedures. The Dublin Regulation and the Temporary Protection Directive also set some rules on procedures concerning the granting of international protection. The Procedures Directive allows for derogation from some or most safeguards in the 'special border', the 'preliminary' and the 'safe neighbour country procedure'. European asylum law provides a number of provisions that do secure to a certain extent the aim of introducing "a minimum framework in the European Community on procedures for granting and withdrawing refugee status".

Keywords: Asylum procedures; dublin regulation; European asylum law; refugee convention; temporary protection directive



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