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Which German states are hosting Ukrainians in February 2024: addresses of camps

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Which German states are hosting Ukrainians in February 2024: addresses of camps

This February, Germany continues to provide asylum to Ukrainians in different regions of the country. In particular, reception centers will operate in various federal states. Find out more about the addresses of the camps and accommodation conditions

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Temporary asylum in Germany has already been granted to 1.2 million Ukrainians. However, refugees continue to choose Germany for asylum, uahelp.wiki reports.


In particular, in February, German states continue to accept Ukrainian refugees, but the issue of their further placement is still being decided. 


Which camps in Germany are still accepting refugees from Ukraine in February is described in the article.


Conditions for Ukrainians arriving in Germany


It is known that most immigrants first go to temporary reception centers, which are actually temporary shelters. Then they are distributed to the federal states.


"The housing situation in Germany is very difficult. You have to count on many months of living in hangars, dormitories, containers or gyms, not necessarily near a big city," the volunteers of uahelp.wiki emphasize.


Registration is especially important. Please note that registered refugees will not be accepted elsewhere. They are obliged to live in the federal state where they were registered or where they were sent.


To move to another state, you will need a special permit, which can be obtained only in compelling cases, such as seeking employment or education, moving to join family or because of minor children. 


German states that continue to accept Ukrainians in February 2024: list


As of February 14, the following initial reception camps for refugees from Ukraine were opened in the German capital, as well as in six federal states:


Berlin:


 Tegel (former airport): The largest initial reception center from which refugees are resettled throughout the country. The territory is closed, accessible only by special bus. If you are driving your own car, you should leave it in the outside parking lot. All necessary information, including the contact number of the center, is available here.


Baden-Württemberg:


In the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, reception centers distribute migrants to other regions, including Bavaria, Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse. 


 In Karlsruhe (at Durlacher Allee 100, 76137 Karlsruhe), the reception center is open to everyone, including those arriving by car, but the car must be left outside the camp. No pets are accepted here, except for large cats.


 The reception center in Meßstetten (at Geißbühlstraße 51, 72469 Meßstetten) is also open, but the displaced persons are distributed to other federal states. It is difficult to reach by public transport, but you can arrive by car. Large dogs and dogs of fighting breeds are not accepted here, and all animals that arrive with the IDPs live in a special kennel on the territory of the camp.


 There is also a reception center in Freiburg (at Basler Landstraße 16, 79111 Freiburg), but the IDPs are distributed to other federal states. They do not accept people who need medical care or special care, but they do accept small animals that can stay with their owners, and dogs must be kept on a leash at all times.


• The camp in Ulm (at Messe Ulm, Böfinger Straße 50, 89073 Ulm) no longer accepts refugees from Ukraine.




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Hesse:


 The reception center in Hesse (Rödgener Straße 59-61, 35394 Gießen Ankunftshalle) is advised to be visited before 20:00 on weekdays. If you arrive late and without a car, the Bahnhofsmission in Frankfurt can provide shelter for one night.


Bavaria:


 The camp in Munich (Dachauer Str. 122a, 80637 München) distributes displaced persons throughout the state and accepts only small pets.


North Rhine-Westphalia:

 In the city of Bochum (at Gersteinring 50, 44791 Bochum Erstaaufnahmeeinrichtung).


Saarland:

 Lebach (at Schlesierallee 17, 66822 Lebach).


Thuringia:

 Hermsdorf Hermsdorf (Max-Hellermann-Straße 15).


The conditions in all these camps are approximately the same. Refugees are advised to choose locations that are convenient for them to reach. All reception centers are open 24/7 to ensure that refugees are received at any time of the day or night.

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Moving to another country is a serious process that requires preparation and knowledge of all the nuances. Legal support will be helpful for this. Use the services of a personal lawyer here.

We remind you! Refugees in Germany expect a number of significant changes this year. Learn more about the key initiatives that will improve the stay of Ukrainians in Germany.


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