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Which German states are accepting Ukrainians in March 2024: addresses of camps

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Which German states are accepting Ukrainians in March 2024: addresses of camps

Germany continues to accept and provide assistance to Ukrainians, but camps are not open in all federal states. Find out more about the current camp addresses and accommodation conditions for refugees from Ukraine

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Germany continues to accept and provide temporary protection to refugees from Ukraine. The flow of Ukrainians to Germany has only increased in recent months. So far, more than 1.2 million people have been granted temporary asylum. However, the housing situation in the country remains difficult, as it was in February.


We will tell you about the regions that continue to accept Ukrainians in March in the article with a link to uahelp.wiki.


Conditions for Ukrainians arriving in Germany


Upon arrival in Germany, Ukrainians are placed in temporary reception centers, which are actually shelters. After the first stage, refugees will be distributed to the federal states. 


At the same time, in February 2024, uahelp.wiki volunteers emphasized that Ukrainians should be prepared to live for a long time in hangars, dormitories, containers, or gyms, not necessarily near a large city." First of all, because the housing situation in the country is very difficult.


It is almost impossible to choose a federal state for registration, because even if a Ukrainian arrives at a particular camp in a particular state, there is no guarantee that he or she will stay there and not be redirected to another federal state. To move to another state, you will need to obtain a special permit, but it is granted only if there is a good reason (job, spouse, minor children).


The uahelp.wiki website recommends going to the camp that is most convenient for you to get to. After all, all reception centers have approximately the same conditions, so there is no point in choosing. At the same time, there is no possibility to change the reception center, Ukrainians get one opportunity to register - after that, they will not be accepted elsewhere.




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Which states are accepting Ukrainians in March: addresses of camps


As of February 29, the following initial reception camps for refugees from Ukraine were opened in Germany:


Berlin


Tegel (old airport) - the largest initial reception center, from where refugees are resettled throughout the country. The territory is closed, you can get here only by a special bus (you also need to leave your own car in the external parking lot). All the necessary information, including the contact number of the center, is available here.


Baden-Württemberg


Currently, most of the refugees from the reception centers in Baden-Württemberg are being distributed to other federal states, in particular to Bavaria, Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse. As of February 29, the following reception centers are open:


Karlsruhe (Durlacher Allee 100, 76137 Karlsruhe) - open, but often distributes to other federal states. You can drive your own car, but refugees with large (larger than a cat) pets are not accepted here.

Meßstetten (Geißbühlstraße 51, 72469 Meßstetten) - open, but often distributes to other federal states. Keep in mind that it is difficult to get here by public transport, it is better to go by car. Also, dogs of fighting breeds (bull terrier, stafford, etc.), as well as large dogs of any breed (approximately weighing more than 35 kg) are not accepted at this point. All the animals, without exception, live in a kennel on the territory of the reception center, where they can be visited, fed and walked three times a day.

Freiburg (Basler Landstraße 16, 79111 Freiburg) - open, but often distributes to other federal states. Please note that the center does not accept people who need special medical care and cannot take care of themselves. However, small pets are allowed (they must stay with their owners at all times, dogs must be on a leash at all times).


Bavaria (Bayern)


München (Dachauer Str. 122a, 80637 München) - from the reception center there is a distribution in Bavaria. However, it should be borne in mind that since February 2024, problems have been reported here for those arriving with pets (further distribution with animals is impossible, and shelters are overcrowded).


Hessen


Gießen (Rödgener Straße 59-61, 35394 Gießen Ankunftshalle) - it is advisable to arrive before 20:00 on weekdays. If you are arriving late and without a car, contact the Bahnhofsmission in Frankfurt, they can accommodate you for one night.


Schleswig-Holstein


Boostedt (Von-dem-Borne-Straße, 24598 Boostedt) - works and accepts pets, including large dogs

Seeth (Hauptstraße 100, 23845 Seeth) - accepts pets, including large dogs


North Rhine-Westphalia (Nordrhein-Westfalen)


Bochum (Gersteinring 50, 44791 Bochum, Erstaufnahmeeinrichtung) - works with and accepts refugees from Ukraine.


Saarland


Lebach (Schlesierallee 17, 66822 Lebach) - works and accepts refugees from Ukraine.


Thuringia (Thüringen)


Hermsdorf (Max-Hellermann-Straße 15, 07629 Hermsdorf) - works and accepts refugees from Ukraine.


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If you are planning to leave Ukraine by car, you should take care of obtaining a Green Card policy in advance, because without it, your car will not be allowed to cross the border. You can buy car insurance quickly and profitably on the Visit Ukraine website.

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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