Our law office successfully represents clients in proceedings for lifting (deleting) the ban on entry into the Federal Republic of Germany and other Schengen countries. The Schengen area consists of the signatory countries to the Schengen Agreement, which provides for the free movement of people and goods within the signatory states. Today, the countries signatories to the Schengen Agreement are almost all European Union countries (except Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania and Cyprus), and Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland and Switzerland, as non-EU countries. (lawyer barred from entering Germany)
The most common Schengen countries for which our citizens are banned are: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Malta, Sweden, etc.… Today, the Schengen countries are almost all European Union countries (except Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania and Cyprus), and Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland and Switzerland, as non-EU countries.
The most common reason for imposing a ban on entering Germany is exceeding the length of the allowed stay (90 days of tourist visit). It is often the case that our citizens are caught working “illegally”. Also, it is not uncommon for those convicted of a crime to be expelled from Germany in addition to imprisonment.
When a person stays abroad longer than the allowed period and decides to leave the Schengen country where he resides, the ban will be imposed at the border crossing when leaving the Schengen area and will be automatically entered into the single Schengen Information System (so-called “SIS”). ). The period for which the ban will be imposed on him depends on how much he exceeded the length of his allowed stay abroad, whether he worked “illegally” abroad or committed another crime.
However, regardless of the reason for imposing the ban, there are legal conditions when it can be lifted, shortened or limited in space. This means that it is possible to delete the ban for other Schengen countries, while it remains valid for the Federal Republic of Germany.
So, if you have a similar problem, we suggest you contact our office. We will listen to your problem and teach you about your rights. If we estimate that there are grounds for that, we will represent you before the competent authorities of the Federal Republic of Germany, with which we have successfully developed cooperation.