I am a Syrian refugee in Germany. Last year I wanted to visit Ireland, but at the airport they did not let me in as they said intentions for visiting Ireland were not genuine. Can I try to visit Ireland again?
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YES you can try to visit again. That does not mean anything will change, you can still be denied entry if your circumstances have not changed and it is determined you still do not qualify for entry.
Make sure you don't have a ban. Review the document you were given when denied entry.
The status of refugees in Germany can differ:
- Persons who have been granted political asylum.
- Persons who have been granted protection under the Geneva refugee rules.
- Persons who have been denied refugee status and who are legally obliged to leave, but haven't done so.
- Persons whose application is under review, or who have not yet exhausted all possible appeals against a negative decision.
- Persons who have not formally applied yet because the BAMF hasn't got to their case yet.
Generally speaking they will always have a right to leave the EU, but no right to travel within the EU or even within a member state.