Adele Del Guercio

The Best Interest of the Child and the Determination of the Member State Responsible for Examining an Asylum Application in European Union Legal Order

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Keywords: Dublin Regulation; Unaccompanied Children; Best Interest of the Child; Views of the Child; Exam of an Asylum Application; Transfer of Asylum-seekers; Responsibility Criteria.

The article analyzes the judgment of the European Union Court of Justice of 6 June 2013 concerning the interpretation of the Dublin Regulation when the asylum-seekers are unaccompanied minors. In its judgment the Court states that, where an unaccompanied minor with no member of his family legally present in the territory of a Member State has lodged an asylum application in more than one Member State, the Member State responsible for examining it will be that in which the minor is present after having lodged an application there.

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