Support for your re-establishment in your country of origin

If your application for asylum has been rejected and you are returning to your country of origin, you can receive support from the Migration Agency. You can apply for financial support, but also receive help with re-entering society in your country of origin. This is called reintegration support.

Financial support for re-establishment

Financial support is paid to those returning to a country where the conditions for establishment are limited due to severe conflicts.

At present, the Migration Agency considers that persons returning to the following countries are eligible to receive financial support for re-establishment:

Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Eritrea, Iraq, Yemen, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Palestine, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Chad.

Read more about financial support and how to apply for it

Support for your reintegration in your country of origin

You can receive help with re-entering society in your country of origin. This is called reintegration support. This support is offered to those returning to their country of origin and who, for example, need help with accessing the labour market or need legal advice.

This support is currently being offered to those returning to the following countries:

Afghanistan, Iraq (Kurdistan), Iraq (central and south), Morocco, Pakistan, Russia.

Read more about reintegration support and how to apply for it

Last updated: 2017-10-19

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