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Personal interview in an inadmissibility procedure or in specific cases laid down in Article 33 of Directive 2013/32/EU (Recast Asylum Procedures Directive) allowing applicants to present their views with regard to the application for international protection in their particular circumstances before the determining authority decides on the admissibility of the application.


Derived by EMN from Art. 33 and Art. 34 of Directive 2013/32/EU (Recast Asylum Procedures Directive).


  • BG: интервю за допустимост
  • CS: pohovor o přípustnosti
  • DE: Anhörung im Rahmen der Zulässigkeitsprüfung
  • EL: συνέντευξη επί του παραδεκτού αίτησης
  • EN: admissibility interview
  • ES: n/a
  • ET: vastuvõetavuse vestlus
  • FI: tutkittavaksiottamispuhuttelu
  • FR: entretien sur la recevabilité (de la demande)
  • GA: agallamh inghlacthachta
  • HU: n/a
  • IT: colloquio sull’ammissibilità
  • LT: pokalbis dėl priimtinumo
  • LV: intervija par pieteikuma pieņemamību, sākotnējā intervija
  • MT: n/a
  • NL: persoonlijk onderhoud in het kader van de ontvankelijkheidsprocedure (BE) - ontvankelijkheidsinterview (NL)
  • PL: n/a
  • PT: entrevista relativa à admissibilidade do pedido
  • RO: n/a
  • SK: pohovor o prípustnosti
  • SL: razgovor o dopustnosti
  • SV: intervju för att avgöra om ansökan ska tas upp till prövning
  • NO: n/a

Broader Term(s)

Related Term(s)

  • inadmissible application for international protection


  1. The inadmissibility grounds laid down in Art. 33 of Directive 2013/32/EU are the following:
    • another EU Member State is responsible for the application under the Dublin III Regulation;
    • another EU Member State has already granted protection;
    • another country is considered to be the first country of asylum or a safe third country for the applicant;
    • the application is a subsequent one with no new elements; or
    • a dependent lodges an application after consenting to be a part of an application.
  2. EU Member States do not need to examine an application for international protection on its merits in order to determine whether the application can still be admitted for examination.