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A considerable concrete danger can be considered to exist for health reasons if a return would cause life-threatening or serious diseases to become much worse. This is not contingent on the healthcare provided in the destination state being equivalent to that available in the Federal Republic of Germany. Adequate medical treatment is also deemed to be provided as a rule if this is only guaranteed in a part of the destination country. If a national ban on deportation is issued, a person may not be returned to the country to which this ban on deportation applies. Those concerned are issued with a residence permit by the immigration authority. A ban on deportation can however not be considered if the person concerned could depart for another country, and it is reasonable for them to be called on to do so, or if they have not complied with their obligations to cooperate. Quoted from: The Stages of the German asylum procedure. An overview of the individual procedural steps and the legal basis Valid as of: 2/2019; 2nd updated version Published by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, D-90461 Nürnberg Reference source: Publications office of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees www.bamf.de/publikationen The most actual information can be accessed at: http://www.bamf.de/DE/Fluechtlingsschutz/fluechtlingsschutz-node.html www.bamf.de

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