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take charge request

Definition(s)

In the context of the Dublin Regulation, the formal procedure in which an (EU) Member State carrying out the process of determining the (EU) Member State responsible at any time before a first decision on the substance of an asylum claim requests another (EU) Member State to take charge of the procedure of examining the application for international protection of the person concerned according to the Dublin criteria.

Source(s)

Derived by EMN from Art. 21 of Regulation (EU) No 604/2013/ (Dublin III-Regulation), and European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS): Dub-lin Regulation on international protection applications: European Implementation Assessment, February 2020.

Translations

  • BG: искане за поемане на отговорността
  • CS: žádost o převzetí
  • DE: Aufnahmegesuch; Übernahmegesuch
  • EL: αίτημα αναδοχής
  • EN: take charge request
  • ES: n/a
  • ET: vastuvõtmispalve
  • FI: vastaanottopyyntö
  • FR: requête aux fins de prise en charge
  • GA: iarraidh ar ghabháil ar láimh
  • HU: n/a
  • IT: Richiesta di presa in carico
  • LT: prašymas perimti savo žinion
  • LV: atbildības uzņemšanās pieprasījums
  • MT: n/a
  • NL: overnameverzoek
  • PL: n/a
  • PT: pedido de tomada a cargo
  • RO: n/a
  • SK: dožiadanie o prevzatie
  • SL: prošnja za sprejem
  • SV: framställan om övertagande
  • NO: n/a

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Note(s)

Take charge requests are cases where a first application is lodged and an (EU) Member State initiates the procedure to determine which (EU) Member State is responsible. An (EU) Member State can request another (EU) Member State to take charge of an applicant, usually due to the presence of family members. For more information see European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS): Dublin Regulation on international protection applications: European Implementation Assessment, February 2020.