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VII.10. Council Directive 2003/9 of 27 January 2003 Laying Down Minimum Standards for the Reception of Asylum-seekers Oj 2003 L31/18

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This chapter deals with the Council Directive 2003/9 of 27 January 2003 laying down minimum standards for the reception of asylum-seekers OJ 2003 L31/18. This Directive shall apply to all third country nationals and stateless persons who make an application for asylum at the border or in the territory of a Member State as long as they are allowed to remain on the territory as asylum-seekers, as well as to family members, if they are covered by such application for asylum according to the national law. Member States may introduce or retain more favourable provisions in the field of reception conditions for asylum-seekers and other close relatives of the applicant who are present in the same Member State when they are dependent on him or for humanitarian reasons insofar as these provisions are compatible with this Directive.

Keywords: asylum-seekers; Member State; national law



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