Germany to use ultrasound age tests for unaccompanied minor refugees


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Age considerations play an important role in considering an asylum-seeker’s application in Germany. German law, with few exeptions, prohibits the deportation of unaccompanied minors — under the age of 18 and without family. These unaccompanied minors, upon entering Germany, also have the right to attend school or start a professional training course immediately.

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