The applicant, an Afghan national, was removed to Serbia after the rejection of his asylum application. The applicant was later detained and removed from the country. The High Court ruled that the removal was unlawful as his pending request for an interim relief should have had a suspensive effect and ordered the applicant’s return of the applicant to Hungary. Additionally, the domestic court found that the rejection of the applicant’s asylum application without examination on the merits was also unlawful.
H.Q. v Hungary – 46084/21
Relevant Law Article 3, Article 4 Protocol 4
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