10 AOUT 2015. - An Act to amend the Act of 15 December 1980 on access to territory, residence, establishment and removal of aliens with a view to better taking into account threats against society and national security in international protection applications. - Erratum
At the Belgian Monitor, No. 219 of 24 August 2015, page 54.500, it is necessary to replace the French version of the amendments made by Article 5 with the following:
" If a foreigner who has filed an application for asylum in accordance with sections 50, 50 bis, 50ter or 51, constitutes, having been permanently sentenced for a particularly serious offence, a danger to society or where there are reasonable grounds to consider it as a danger to national security, the Minister or his delegate shall promptly transmit all such elements to the Commissioner-General.
The Commissioner-General for Refugees and Stateless Persons may refuse to recognize refugee status if the foreigner is a danger to society, having been permanently convicted of a particularly serious offence, or where there are reasonable grounds to consider it as a danger to national security. In this case, the Commissioner-General for Refugees and Stateless Persons shall issue an opinion on the compatibility of a removal measure with sections 48/3 and 48/4. ".