The then 18-year-old woman travelled in August 2016 in Switzerland, where an EU/EFTA residence permit. Your application has been rejected by the Federal office of police (Fedpol). The office was based on information it had received from the Federal intelligence service (NDB).
According to this information, the young Frenchwoman had been married in a mosque, traditionally a Swiss, of the contacts to people used to, the terrorist organizations supported. These are people against which proceedings in respect of membership of a criminal Organisation. Further, the Couple should be traveled in July 2016 in Turkey, from where it returned after a few days, without a plausible explanation. A year before that, the man had traveled in the Northern Syrian Rakka, the former stronghold of the terrorist militia Islamic state (IS).
ten-year entry ban
The Fedpol, the expulsion of the French had in March 2017. It is noted that women have about their partners access to a group of Islamists. It is to be feared that the woman might need to make your stay in Switzerland for Propaganda or attacks miss. In addition to the designation of the Fedpol had an entry ban of ten years.
Before the Federal administrative court, the French argued that a large part of the information of the NDB were wrong. You claimed to have from your Partner separated. She was pregnant, and have distanced themselves from Islamic extremism. The Federal administrative court dismissed the complaints and Claims of the wife in a Wednesday published judgment of all. It has been recorded that the information of the Fedpol are not sufficient to make an image of the circumstances. Given the Situation, the arrest and immediate deportation of the woman was relatively.
The judge in St. Gallen underline that the process of de-radicalisation is hardly expired within a few months. In addition, the woman could make in five years, a new application for a residence permit.
The decision by the Federal administrative court is not yet final. It can be challenged at the Federal court.
judgment F-1954/2017 from 08.04.2019
Created: 17.04.2019, 11:51 PM