Termination of the Dublin Procedure

If Switzerland is the Member State responsible, Swiss authorities will examine the asylum seeker’s motives for having fled his or her country of origin and conduct the respective asylum procedure. However, if it is established that another Member State is responsible for examining an asylum seeker’s application, Swiss authorities will not examine the applicant’s motives in any depth, and the asylum seeker is obliged to leave Swiss territory. The asylum procedure is subsequently processed by the Member State responsible.

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