Allocation of Responsibility for Examining an Application for Asylum under the Dublin Regime
This chapter examines 2003 ‘Dublin’ Regulation determining the State responsible for examining applications for asylum lodged in one of the Member States of the European Communities. After discussing the scope and key objectives of the Dublin allocation system, the operation of the Dublin Regulation is evaluated based on State practice and case-law in several Member States. The basic principles underpinning the Regulation is first examined, followed by an analysis of the criteria listed in the Regulation to determine which State is responsible for examining an asylum claim. The procedural features of the system are then presented, including the provisions of the Eurodac Regulation. The final section offers a critical evaluation of the Dublin regime in its current operation.
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