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 Race religion politics There are many reasons that drive asylum seekers to Germany In most cases it s possible to prove political religious or racial persecution but it s much harder to prove your sexual orientation or that you re in danger because of it DW s Joel Dullroy met two refugees from Jamaica one is allowed to stay and the other faces deportation
LGBT+ asylum seekers struggle to prove sexual orientation

Joel Dullroy

Race, religion, politics. There are many reasons that drive asylum seekers to Germany. In most cases it’s possible to prove political, religious or racial persecution, but it’s much harder to prove your sexual orientation – or that you’re in danger because of it. DW‘s Joel Dullroy met two refugees from Jamaica – one is allowed to stay, and the other faces deportation.

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