Hello! Good day!

You are in Austria now. We hope you have arrived safely and in good health.

This information explains your asylum procedure in Austria. This information tells you about your rights and obligations. Get familiar with the asylum procedure. You should understand how it works.

We have prepared this information for you. We are a group of experts and young people in the asylum procedure. We have written this information together.


Austria is a country in Europe. Austria is a member of the European Union (EU). The EU consists of 28 nations, such as Germany, France, Hungary and Greece. The capital of Austria is Vienna.

In Austria, children and adolescents are protected.
In Austria, you are protected by the police. You are safe here.

Are you scared? Is somebody threatening you? Please speak to the police.

Problems? Questions?

Do you want more information? Is there something about your asylum procedure you do not understand? Are parts of your asylum procedure different from what is described here? That can happen.

Please speak to someone you trust. For example: your legal advisor, a member of staff at your BBU camp or a person from an aid organisation (information about legal advisors).

You have rights and you should be aware of them. You can get help.

If you are under 18 years of age, you can always ask your legal advisor.

Aid organisations help and advise you.

Find their contact data here

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