Asylum Law

Original Language Title: Patvēruma likums

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/op/2016/2.1


The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the law of asylum chapter I General provisions article 1. The terms used in the law, the law is applied in the following terms: 1) Member State: a Member State of the European Union, the countries of the European economic area or the Swiss Confederation; 2) a safe country of origin — a country which is not a Member State and where appropriate the legal situation, the application of the legislation in a democratic system and the general political circumstances in General and consistent persecution, torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or inhuman or degrading punishment, as well as there is no threat of violence in situations of international or internal armed conflict; 3) safe third country, the country where the asylum seeker has stayed before arrival in the Republic of Latvia and in which, as defined in international law, his life and liberty are not threatened because of his race, religion, nationality, membership of a certain social groups or his political beliefs, which are complied with in the prohibition to expel asylum seekers to a country where their life and freedom is threatened due to his race religion, nationality, membership of a certain social groups or his political beliefs and that he would be tortured and subjected to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or inhuman and humiliating penalty where the asylum seeker has the opportunity to request refugee status and, if found to be a refugee, to get protection under the 1951 Convention of 28 July on the refugee status, and that is the basis of an asylum seeker to go; 4) final decision — a decision on refugee status or subsidiary (hereinafter also – international protection) the grant or refusal to grant, with which the administrative procedure; 5) family: asylum seekers, refugees or the spouse of the person who granted the alternative status or temporary protection, as well as asylum seekers, refugees or persons with alternative status or temporary protection, and that person's spouse and minor children who are not married and are both or one of the dependent or adopted, as well as the father, mother or other adult who, in accordance with the laws of the Republic is responsible for the beneficiaries of international protection If the beneficiaries of international protection is a minor and unmarried, on condition that the family already existed in the country of origin; 6) the country of origin, the country of nationality of the person (countries) or a stateless person's country of former habitual residence or countries; 7) minor unaccompanied third-country national or a stateless person who is younger than 18 years and arrived or left in Latvia without the escort of a person who is responsible for her in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Latvia in the area of family law, (father, mother, guardian) until the person resumes Office against him; 8) temporary protection — emergency measures by which a group of people in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Act confers the right to determine the time of stay in the Republic of Latvia; 9) asylum seekers, a third country national or a stateless person who in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Act is expressed a desire to obtain the status of refugee or alternative crossing point before the entry of the Republic of Latvia or already being in the territory of the Republic of Latvia, to the time when the administrative procedure concerning his application for refugee status or subsidiary (hereinafter referred to as the application); 10) asylum seekers who have special procedural or admission requirements — minor, person with disabilities, persons at the age reached by the Republic of Latvia awarded old age pension, pregnant, parents with minor children, victims of human trafficking, the person to whom the health condition requires special care, a person with a mental disorder, the person that endured torture, rape or other serious forms of psychological, physical or sexual abuse, or other designated person where the use of rights and duties during the asylum procedure are limited; 11) asylum procedures-procedures pursuant to this law, examine the application for asylum seeker refugee status or subsidiary from its submission to the time when the administrative procedure concerning his application for refugee status or subsidiary; 12) the first country of asylum: the State assume back asylum seekers, in which he is recognized as a refugee and you can still benefit from such protection or otherwise enjoys sufficient protection and that including the prohibition of deportation of asylum seekers to a country where his life and freedom is threatened because of his race, religion, nationality, membership of a certain social groups or his political views; 13) the material conditions of reception, the reception conditions that include housing, food, clothing, financial aid (for example, daily allowances, vouchers).
2. article. The purpose of the law this law aims to ensure the right of persons to receive asylum in the Republic of Latvia, to obtain the status of refugee or alternative or receive temporary protection.
3. article. The principle of non-refoulement and other asylum particularly applicable principles (1) the applicant must not be deported to a country or a State in which there is this law, article 37 first paragraph or article 40 referred to in the first subparagraph. (2) a refugee may not be expelled to a country or a State in which there is article 37 of this law referred to in the first subparagraph. (3) the Person to whom the Republic of Latvia assigned alternate status, may not be expelled to a country or a State in which there is article 40 of this law referred to in the first subparagraph. (4) the asylum-seeker, refugee or person granted alternative status may be expelled if it doesn't conflict with Latvia's international obligations and there is at least one of the following conditions: 1) has reason to believe that the asylum seeker, a refugee or a person with alternate status, pose a threat to national security; 2) asylum seeker, a refugee or a person with alternate status, having been convicted by a judgment of the Court found guilty of a criminal offence, in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Latvia shall be considered as a very serious crime and constitutes a threat to the Latvian society; 3) the asylum-seeker submitted repeated applications after you complete administrative process for the first time submitted the application again. (5) asylum policy in particular, apply the principle of the protection of the rights of the child and the principle of family reunification.
4. article. Asylum procedure and the institution of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (1) cooperation by the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees demand asylum procedures in the participating institutions: 1) allows access to the asylum seeker and to communicate with him, even if he is arrested or located in or at the border crossing point at the border crossing in the transit zone; 2) provides information on the application of the asylum seeker, if he agrees, as well as about the asylum procedure of the institutions involved in the decisions and court rulings. (2) in considering the application, the asylum procedures in the participating institutions to evaluate the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees views the asylum seeker's application.
5. article. Non-disclosure of information and collection

(1) the institutions involved in the asylum procedure, employees do not have the right to disclose information about the asylum seekers, including the application of this article except the fact referred to in the second subparagraph. On the disclosure of information by the employee called to disciplinary responsibility, administrative responsibility or criminally. (2) information on the asylum-seeker may be made in cases where the person concerned has consented in writing to it or information within their competence are requested by the State or municipality institution. (3) if the asylum procedure, the participating institutions obtain information from article 42 of this law the persons referred to in the information obtainable in such a way that these individuals are directly informed of the fact that a particular person is an asylum seeker, a refugee or a person who is granted alternative status, as well as to avoid harm to that person and its dependent or still living in the country of origin of the family life, liberty, security and health. (4) in order to ensure that asylum seekers and asylum procedures, citizenship and Migration Affairs Board (hereinafter the Board) maintains and updates the registry for asylum seekers. It will include news and agenda, as well as the use of institutions for which you want to grant access, included in the register determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (5) the exchange of information with the fingerprints of the Eurodac system for the comparison of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 in Regulation No 603/13 on the establishment of "Eurodac" for the comparison of fingerprints for the effective application of the Regulation (EU) no 604/2013, establishing the criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible for the third-country national or stateless person examining an application for international protection lodged in one of the Member States and the law enforcement authorities of the Member States and Europol's requests to make a comparison with Eurodac data for law enforcement purposes, and amending Regulation (EC) no 1077/2011, establishing a European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice, provided the conditions laid down by the asylum applicant fingerprint information system. (6) the fingerprints of asylum seekers of information systems to be included in the message, include the amount of the order, conditions of use and storage deadlines, the institution to which you want to grant access to existing information system, as well as bodies which are entitled to request a fingerprint comparison with Eurodac Central database and fingerprint comparison procedure for calling down the Cabinet.
Chapter II of the asylum seeker's residence in the Republic of Latvia on article 6. The desire to obtain the status of refugee or alternative and the application (1) the desire to obtain the status of refugee or alternative person is entitled to express orally or in writing. (2) the Person's application for refugee status or subsidiary shall be submitted personally to the National Guard: 1) or at the border crossing point at the border crossing before entering the transit zone in the Republic of Latvia; 2) State border guard unit, if a person is located in the Republic of Latvia. (3) the orally expressed a desire to obtain the status of refugee or alternative State border guard of the asylum seeker in writing in the presence of the. (4) If a person wishes to obtain the status of refugee or alternative has made the State administration, the police or the prisons administration, they immediately, not later than three working days, contact the National Guard to the asylum applicant can submit the application. (5) if there are indications that a third country national or a stateless person, which is located at the border crossing point or transit zone at the border crossing points of the Republic of Latvia to the external borders or in detention places, to express the desire to obtain the status of refugee or alternative (afraid to return to their country of origin or there is another on the need for international protection is indicative of circumstances), National Guard, national police or the prisons administration gives him information about the opportunity to do so. (6) the unaccompanied minor's desire to obtain the status of refugee or alternative is expressed in accordance with the procedure laid down in this article. Unaccompanied minors in the personal and property relations during the asylum procedures in family courts or its representative appointed guardian or child care institutions (hereafter also: minors). (7) If childcare facilities Manager, on the basis of the unaccompanied minor's personal situation of a given assessment, consider that a minor person in need of international protection, he has the right to submit an application on behalf of the minor in the second paragraph of this article.
7. article. Activities of the lodging of an application (1) After receipt of the application or the reception of asylum seekers in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 Regulation (EU) no 604/2013, establishing the criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible for the third-country national or stateless person examining an application for international protection lodged in one of the Member States (hereinafter Regulation No 604/2013), the National Guard: 1) registers the application of asylum seekers no later than three working days after receiving it. If the application simultaneously submit a large number of third-country nationals or stateless persons and three working days to comply with the time limit is not possible, the application registration deadline can be extended by 10 working days; 2) removes at least every 14 year old asylum seeker's fingerprints to verify his identity; 3) identifies the applicant and establish his nationality. (2) identifying the asylum seekers and found his nationality, the National Guard has the right to: 1) take the asylum-seeker and his belongings, as well as remove objects and documents if they can play a role in the consideration of the application, or they may compromise the asylum seeker, or the public. The following protocol shall be drawn up. The asylum seeker shall be made of the same sex, the State border guard officer respecting human dignity, as well as the physical and psychological integrity. Minors and its property shall be made in the presence of a representative of that person; 2 determine the document object), language, medical and other examinations and tests; 3) to photograph the asylum seekers. (3) the State border and the Administration is considering whether the asylum seeker is in special reception or procedural requirements. (4) in order to ensure that asylum-seekers could use this law to her rights and to fulfil his obligations, the State border guard of the Administration and inform him about the asylum procedures, the time limits, their rights and obligations during the procedure, about the possible consequences if an asylum seeker does not comply with their obligations and not cooperating with the asylum procedure the bodies involved, on the application of the clear or direct consequences of the withdrawal of the asylum procedure, the competence of the bodies involved for institutions that provide legal aid, as well as on reception conditions, including the right to receive health care services. The above information the applicant State border guard and administration officials provided in writing in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe for him to understand. If necessary, the said information and administration of State border guard officers also gives orally. (5) if the application is submitted by a minor unaccompanied by family courts together with municipal social services, the National Guard and the administration shall immediately take measures to search for the minor's family members, and find out what are the person's ability to return to the family. Family courts immediately decide on the appointment of a guardian for a minor person. The decision on the appointment of the guardian family courts shall adopt, by clarifying the regulatory views. Underage person unaccompanied of primary care is provided at the guardian or audžuģimen.
8. article. The asylum seeker's identity document (1) the asylum-seeker identity and travel documents to be transferred to the National Guard, until a final decision has been taken, except where the asylum seeker has a different legal basis to stay in the Republic of Latvia. (2) asylum in the Republic of Latvia, the issue of the asylum seeker's identity document. Its form and procedure determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (3) the asylum-seeker identity document declares the status of asylum seekers and to reside in the territory of the Republic of Latvia during the asylum procedure.
9. article. Accommodation of asylum seekers

(1) If the applicant does not have sufficient means to ensure his health situation according to municipal environment and your stay during the asylum procedure, their accommodating asylum seeker accommodation Center. Asylum seeker accommodation centre is the administrative organ. If the accommodation provided administration, it, taking into account the views of asylum seekers remain in the Republic of Latvia in the asylum seeker's family unity. (2) the asylum seeker accommodation Center is a joint don't put the housing of asylum seekers, which supports the necessary conditions for the household, taking into account also the specific reception of asylum seekers, and protects their physical and mental health. The Cabinet of Ministers determines the asylum seeker accommodation Center's internal rules. (3) the asylum seeker accommodation Center for asylum-seekers accommodated in the consumption and cost for per diem amount of expenditure and the settlement order is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (4) the asylum-seeker can be moved from one asylum seeker accommodation Center to another only when necessary, and ensuring that the minor asylum seeker with special hosting needs are accommodated together with adult close relatives already in the Republic of Latvia and is responsible for her in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Latvia. The Board provides the ability of asylum seekers to notify your representative about his move and new address. (5) the Board can accommodate asylum seekers outside the asylum seeker accommodation Center, if exceeded its capacity and are provided in the second subparagraph. (6) the unaccompanied minors housed in accommodation centres for asylum seekers, puts the child care institution or audžuģimen. Decision concerning minors unaccompanied accommodation Accommodation Centre for asylum seekers, the insertion of child care institution or audžuģimen in the family courts adopted in cooperation with the social services, clarifying regulatory views. Minor unaccompanied asylum seeker accommodation centre or a child care institution is housed, until it is provided appropriate care at the guardian or audžuģimen or it is established that the appointment of the guardian or the particular audžuģimen the Insert minors unaccompanied person is not appropriate. In assessing the best interests of the child, the family courts shall take into account the minor's family reunification, the minor's well-being and social development, in particular its origin, protection and security considerations, particularly the likelihood that the minor is a victim of human trafficking, as well as the minor's interests and views according to its age and maturity, subject to the following conditions: 1) of minors unaccompanied minors are housed with relatives; 2) children of one family is inseparable, except when it is done in the best interests of the child; 3) underage person unaccompanied accommodation change only if it matches the person's interests. (7) a minor asylum seeker are provided access to education in the national language of the State or local education authority. The Cabinet of Ministers shall determine the order in which a minor asylum seeker to provide educational opportunities. (8) a municipal expenditure on minors unaccompanied accommodation child care shall be borne by the institution of the Ministry of Welfare for the current year were assigned for this purpose the State budget to the extent corresponding to the previous annual average expenditure of one child maintenance one day lasting social care and social rehabilitation institution. (9) the local government expenditure on minors unaccompanied accommodation audžuģimen the bear from the Welfare Ministry to the current year for this purpose, the State budget to the extent that they comply with the laws and the minimum amount of maintenance that every parent has an obligation to provide the child, in proportion to the number of days spent in audžuģimen. (10) If a minor unaccompanied has launched basic education or general secondary education and it continues even after reaching the age of 18, and is housed in a child care institution or audžuģimen, the State reimbursed the municipality on the person's accommodation expenses of child care institution or audžuģimen to the end of the school year in which the person reached the age of majority. (11) the municipal costs of minors unaccompanied accommodation, child care institution or the audžuģimen borne by the quarterly Cabinet.
10. article. A person's deportation from the Republic of Latvia, the Person whose application is dealt with in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Act and in respect of which the decision on refusal to grant the refugee status, or the decision on the suspension of the consideration of the application or the decision on the refusal to resume the consideration of the application, shall issue a departure order or for that person shall take a decision on forced return of immigration law, except it has a different legal basis to stay in the Republic of Latvia.
Chapter III rights of asylum seekers and obligations Article 11. The rights of asylum seekers

(1) the asylum procedures in the participating institutions to take measures to ensure respect for the rights of asylum seekers. (2) the asylum seeker shall have the right: 1) express a desire to obtain the status of refugee or alternative, original interviews and personal during the interview to provide explanations and clarifications in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe for him to understand. If necessary, the National Guard and the Administration call on interpreters, which pays for services provided for this purpose from the State budget funds; 2) during the asylum procedure to submit documents pertaining to the submission and examination of the application submitted to the Court. The translation of documents, which are essential for the submission and the examination of the application submitted to the Court, provides that the institution is considering the application or applications for this purpose from the State budget; 3) until the judgment under appeal in this law article 28 the decision referred to in the first subparagraph, on demand and without charge, to receive from the State border guard and the Administration at least information about the asylum procedure, taking into account the specific conditions of asylum seekers, as well as information from the administration of this law, article 28 referred to in the first subparagraph of decision procedures and appeals on State legal aid, if the asylum seeker taken adverse decision; 4) at its own expense, invite the person receiving legal aid; 5) receive State legal aid regulations, an amount set by the city (district) Court decision on the State border guard of the asylum seeker's signing up for State border guard unit or on the detention of asylum seekers; 6) receive State legal aid regulations, an amount set by the district administrative court authorized officials of the Government decision on the abandonment application without examination, a refusal to grant refugee status, or the asylum seeker's transfer to the responsible Member State, which will consider the application in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013, for the consideration of the application, the refusal to resume consideration of the application and the refusal to pay the consumption funds and daily allowances If an asylum seeker does not have sufficient funds to persons outside of legal aid; 7) to get this part of the decision referred to in paragraph 6, the procedures for appeal and on State legal aid granting conditions explanation in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe about him saying, except where the asylum seeker is representative or legal aid; 8) regulations in order to receive emergency medical treatment, primary health care, outpatient and inpatient psychiatric help, if you have serious mental disorders, as well as all medical assistance to minors who do not pose a danger to the provision of child development and health of the public, taking into account the specific asylum seeker reception needs; 9) legislation in order to communicate with relatives, the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees or other organisations that provide legal or other advice for asylum seekers. (3) if the national guard or the Administration determined that the asylum seeker has special procedural or hosting needs, he has the right to receive adequate and appropriate support for their rights and duties for all asylum procedures. (4) the applicant or his representative has the right to consult the information in the case, unless the disclosure: 1) can be detrimental to the interests of the Republic of Latvia; 2) can cause harm to the safety of the persons providing information or to which the information relates; 3) can affect the asylum procedure of the institutions involved in investigative activities related to the consideration of the application.
12. article. The asylum seeker's obligations (1) the applicant must: 1) cooperate with the National Guard in order to remove his fingerprints, photograph and identify them, as well as with the Government and other institutions involved in the asylum procedure; 2) to participate in the initial interview and the personal interview, to respond personally to questions asked and as soon as possible to provide all the information required for the consideration of the submission and adoption of an appropriate decision, even if the initial interview and the personal interview of the asylum seeker participates in representative or unaccompanied minors. Obligation as soon as possible to provide all the information also applies to asylum seekers; 3) in the interest of public health to take the health check; 4) staying in accommodation centres for asylum seekers or the national border guard in asylum seeker accommodation on the premises to comply with internal rules; 5) inform the governance and the National Guard on the residential address and change it, if the asylum seeker is accommodated in the accommodation centres for asylum seekers or not on hold. The last asylum seekers residence address supplied is deemed to be the address used for communication with him. (2) the first subparagraph of this article referred to in paragraph 2, the information is also an explanation of the asylum seeker and the documents in his possession on his age and previous actions, including his family, his father and mother, brothers and sisters, identity, citizenship, previous residence and country of residence, previous applications, travel routes, identity and travel documents, as well as the reasons for which the application is submitted.
Chapter IV restrictive measures article 13 of the asylum procedure. The application of restrictive measures in the asylum procedure (1) on the basis of necessity and subject to the principle of proportionality, the asylum seeker in the asylum procedure may apply the following restrictive measures: 1) in specific time State border guard unit; 2) hold. (2) the need to apply restrictive measures shall be assessed, taking into account the individual situation of asylum seekers and the conditions. (3) If circumstances exist that were the basis for restrictive measures, or in the application of the asylum procedure is completed, the measure is repealed.
14. article. In particular during the national border guard unit (1) the applicant, pursuant to article 13 of this law, the obligation can be determined at a specific time, but not less frequently than once a month to register for the national border guard unit, if there is reason to believe that there is any of the following conditions: 1) application filed to unduly obtain the right of residence; 2) submission filed to avoid unjustified expulsion order or of the decision on forced return; 3) the asylum-seeker would avoid the asylum procedure; 4) found the circumstances which are the basis for the detention of asylum seekers, but, given his personal situation and conditions in detention would be disproportionate restrictive measure. (2) the decision on registration in the national border guard Department shall adopt a national border guard chiefs of the authorised officer. The decision shall specify: 1) the asylum-seeker's name (name), surname, date of birth and nationality, which fit the restrictive measure; 2) fact finding; 3) restrictive measure on legal grounds, as well as adequate legal provisions; 4) the obligation; 5) appeals against the decision and the opposition. (3) the decision on registration in the national border guard unit adds photos of the asylum seeker. (4) It Is established that the obligation to register a specific time in the role of the State border guard Department of the asylum seeker's residence near the national border guard unit. At the request of the asylum seeker may designate another State border guard Department this obligation is fulfilled. (5) an applicant for asylum with a decision on registration in the national border guard unit presented in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe about him saying, if necessary, using the interpreter services, and he explains the nature of this decision, as well as the opposition and appeal procedures.
15. article. The decision on the registration in the national border guard unit in the opposition and appeal

(1) the asylum seeker shall have the right, within seven working days after the entry into force of the decision on registration in the national border guard unit, to challenge it in a higher order of subordination. Draft decision shall not suspend its activity. (2) asylum-seekers with the decision taken on the contested decision about signing up for specific time State border guard unit, presented in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe about him saying, if necessary, using the interpreter services, and he explains the nature of this decision, and the appeals procedures. (3) the highest authorities decision on registration in the national border guard unit may appeal to the city (district) Court within seven working days from the date of its entry into force. The court filing does not suspend the operation of the above decision. (4) if the applicant wishes to receive the State guarantee legal aid to appeal against the decision of the State border guard of the registration within a specified time in the national border guard unit, he shall submit an application to the State border on the State provided legal aid request. This application form is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (5) the National Guard, immediately but not later than the working day following the fourth part of this article that due receipt of the application, forward to the body, which is responsible for the provision of legal assistance, a request for legal aid, adding a copy of the decision on the appeal.
16. article. The conditions of detention of asylum seekers of asylum-seekers, subject to article 13 of the law may hold, if there is any of the following conditions holds: 1) it is necessary to clarify or verify the asylum seeker's identity or nationality; 2) need to find out the facts on which the application is based and can find out, just take a hold, notably if possible escape (the person without any apparent basis across the country, avoiding border checks, previously avoided deportation, hiding your identity, provide false or inconsistent messages, there are other facts that point to the possibility of escape); 3) need to decide on the asylum seeker's right to enter the Republic of Latvia; 4) has reason to believe that the extradition procedure detained persons shall submit the application to prevent or make impossible an expulsion order, or the decision on the execution of forced return, and it is established that the person concerned nothing prevented such submissions to submit in advance; 5) competent national authorities (including national guard) has reason to believe that the asylum seeker constitutes a threat to national security or public order and security; 6) transfer procedures have been found to need in accordance with Regulation No. 604/13 the provisions of article 28.
Article 17. The detention of asylum seekers (1) If there is any of this law, referred to in article 16 of the conditions of detention, the State border guard superior officer authorized pursuant to article 13 of this law, can hold up to six asylum seekers a day. (2) the place of detention of asylum seekers or after the arrival of the asylum seeker detention facilities of the State border guard of the detention shall be drawn up immediately. The Protocol specifies: 1) the official name and job title, which was drawn up the Protocol, as well as the time and place of composition; 2) detained asylum-seeker in the word (s), last name, date of birth and nationality; 3) the official name and job title, which did the actual detention, detention in actual time and space, as well as the time when the asylum seeker is returned to the State border guard facilities, in order to draw up the Protocol of detention; 4) findings; 5) as well as the reason for the hold applied legal provisions; 6) appeal against the detention order; 7), ask for free legal aid and representation. (3) detention of asylum seekers, the State border guard officer and the person performing the examination and property makes up for that Protocol. If the view is associated with the body's indecent exposure or crawl, look out for the same sex, opposite sex, without the presence of the parties, except the medical staff. (4) the assets of the asylum seeker shall be made in his presence. Urgent cases, the property can be viewed without the presence of the asylum seeker. (5) the applicant presents the minutes of detention in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe about him saying, if necessary through an interpreter services, he explained the reasons for the detention, appeals procedures, procedures for the implementation of the judicial control over detention and shall inform him of the opportunity to ask for free legal aid. Information on the reasons for detention, as well as the statutory appeal against the detention order and free legal aid and the procedure of the representative shall be issued in writing in a language that is understood by the asylum seeker, or in a language that has reason to believe about him saying. (6) the asylum-seeker, who, in accordance with article 11 of this law the second part of the provisions of point 5 wants to have the State provide legal counsel, submitted an application to the State border on the State provided legal aid request. The application shall be drawn up using Article 15 of this law in the fourth part of the application form. National Guard immediately, but not later than the working day following the receipt of the application, invite legal aid provider included on the State provided legal aid list prepared by the responsible authority. (7) the Protocol of detention, as well as personal and property inspections Protocol drawn up in two copies, one of which is issued to the applicant, and the other is added to the applicant's case. The detention Protocol, as well as personal and property inspection protocol signed by the officer who produced it, and for asylum seekers hold. If the detained asylum-seeker refuses to sign or receive a copy of the Protocol, the Protocol. (8) the detention period shall run from the time when the asylum-seeker was actually on hold. (9) the asylum seeker shall have the right to appeal against detention of district (City) Court in the 48 hours after his introduction with a detention Protocol and the fifth paragraph of this article that information. Appeal shall not suspend the detention.
18. article. The detention of asylum seekers on the basis of a court decision (1) to detain the asylum seeker more than six States may 24, only on the basis of the district (City) Court decision. (2) If there is any of this law, referred to in article 16 of the conditions of detention, the State border pursuant to article 13 of this law and, if necessary, request additional information from the Administration, not later than 48 hours before the expiry of the term of detention submitted to the district (municipal) courts (as detained asylum seeker the actual location) in support of the proposal to detain asylum seekers more than six a day. (3) a border guard official of the State delivered asylum seeker district (City) Court and, if necessary, call on interpreters. (4) if the Court has decided to deny the detention of asylum seekers, the State border guard of the immediately following the receipt of a duplicate and the asylum seeker's introduction with the release of asylum seekers. Repeatedly detain asylum seekers may be only if there is information or new circumstances justifying detention. (5) the State border guard of the proposal to detain asylum seekers may be submitted to the district (municipal) Court an unlimited number of times. The repeated suggestion of appearance in the article.
19. article. The Court's decision on the detention of asylum seekers (1) District (City) Court within 24 hours, in considering the proposal to detain asylum seekers more than six a day, listen to the national border guard officer, the applicant and his representative (if any) views when evaluating the application of the restrictive measures and the conditions of detention, adopt one of the following decisions: 1) refuse asylum seeker detention; 2) detain asylum seekers, indicating the time limit for detention. The detention period may not be longer than two months and do not exceed term of the asylum procedure. (2) a copy of the decision of the Court of Justice shall promptly, but not later than 24 hours from the moment of its adoption, sent to the asylum seeker and the National Guard. Where the asylum seeker is not represented, the Court provides full text of the decision in a written translation of the asylum seeker in plain language or in a language that has reason to believe about him saying.
20. article. Judicial control over detention of asylum seekers

(1) the applicant or his representative may at any time submit to the district (City) courts (as detained asylum seeker the actual location) on the application of the detention further review necessary. (2) the application for the application of the detention further evaluation of the need for the Court, pursuant to this law, article 18 and 19 of the rules, if necessary by interpreters. (3) the application for further detention of the need for evaluation of the application may be rejected if it does not contain details of the circumstances above, deciding on detention or examination of the previous application, was not known. The Court considered the application of the written process without participation of the parties involved in the process. (4) the decision taken pursuant to the third paragraph of this article, the conditions may not be appealed.
21. article. Accommodation during detention (1) detention of asylum seekers housed during State border guard Department specially fashioned into spaces for this purpose (hereinafter referred to as the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation facilities), installation and fitting requirements determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (2) the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation space of the internal rules, asylum rights, obligations and restrictions in these spaces, as well as the subject and a list of substances, which detained asylum seeker is prohibited to keep asylum seekers in accommodation spaces shall be determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (3) the State border guard of the accommodation of asylum seekers housed on the premises of the residence of the asylum seeker, as well as hygiene and essential goods is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (4) the expenses associated with the maintenance of the asylum seeker shall be borne by the State budget. (5) Government officials, association or Foundation, as well as authorized representatives of international organizations are entitled to visit the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation premises, subject to their internal rules, to see how they use of detention of asylum seekers, assess the detainees asylum seeker accommodation and living conditions, as well as to provide asylum seekers in detention the authorities concerned of the Mission of the legal or other advice. Attendance consistent with national border guard asylum seeker accommodation space boss, if the law does not provide otherwise.
22. article. Of detained asylum seekers into the country border asylum seeker accommodation rooms and out of them (1) the State border guard officials detained the asylum seekers into the country border asylum seeker accommodation premises, on the basis of article 17 of this law in the order listed in the detention Protocol drawn up. (2) putting the asylum seekers detained national border guard asylum seeker accommodation rooms, check their State of health and sanitary processing carried out. Detained asylum seekers for health inspection and sanitary treatment, as well as the results of the registration order is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (3) the accommodation of asylum seekers apprehended in the light of fundamental rights and personal safety, personal characteristics and psychological compatibility, as well as under the following conditions: 1) detained asylum seekers — men and women — are housed separately; 2) intercepted asylum-seekers are housed separately from persons who are suspected of committing a crime or detained in immigration law; 3) intercepted asylum-seeker, who has health problems, according to medical instructions inserts a person specially equipped for this purpose; 4) detained the family of asylum seekers who, if any of them do not object to, but separate from other detained persons, ensuring privacy. 5) bated the underage person to ensure the education, to engage in leisure activities, including play and recreational activities appropriate to the age; 6) minor unaccompanied to provide accommodation for the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation in rooms that have the age-appropriate equipment and staff; 7) intercepted asylum-seekers, which has opened the international search, the inserts separately specially equipped premises for this purpose until the issue is decided on the action that the person's extradition procedure, but no longer than 72 hours; 8) intercepted asylum-seekers that violated the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation space for internal rules or a threat to the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation premises, safety with the national border guard chiefs of authorized officials of the decision may be placed in a separate specially equipped premises for this purpose for a period of up to 10 a day. (4) After the insertion of the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation premises held asylum seekers in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe about him saying, if necessary through an interpreter services, introduces his rights and obligations in these spaces, as well as with the internal rules of procedure. (5) in order to ensure internal order and security measures, the effects of the asylum seeker, who is housed in the national border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation spaces, can be viewed at any time and without the presence of asylum seekers. (6) the detention centres for asylum seekers may move from one national border guard asylum seeker accommodation facilities on the other. (7) intercepted asylum-seekers may be exported from the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation premises security monitoring in the following cases: 1) in order to ensure the operation of this Act; 2) to provide medical assistance; 3) promoters in accordance with criminal procedure written request made in criminal proceedings, if they can't perform on the site; 4) other considerations related to the humanitarian cases on the basis of the national border guard superior officers authorized by written permission.
Chapter v: consideration of the application of article 23. Discussion and initial interview with the applicant (1) the State border guard officials who have received the necessary training on international human rights, the European Union's acquis on asylum policy and negotiation methods: 1) discussion with the applicant to obtain the information necessary for the determination of the Member State which will be responsible for the examination of the application in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013 (hereinafter referred to as the Member State responsible); 2) initial interview with the applicant, with the exception of this law case referred to in article 35 for information about his personal situation and conditions necessary for the adoption of the decision on the application for review or adoption leave without examination, and basic information about applying for international protection themes. (2) discussions and initial interview may unfold at the same time. (3) the State border guard officials about the negotiations and draw up the initial interview Protocol. The Protocol also specifies whether the asylum seeker is procedural or particular hosting needs. (4) the applicant up to the end of the original interview is entitled to comment on the fact that the first country of asylum or safe third country should not be considered as a first country of asylum or safe third country of his individual situation and circumstances and in relation to his recognition as a refugee or a person eligible for subsidiary status, as well as the opportunity to comment and to provide clarification in relation to any faulty translations or misunderstanding in the content of the Protocol. (5) the minutes shall be signed by the officer who compiled it, and for asylum seekers. If the applicant refuses to sign the Protocol in the Protocol. (6) the State border guard of the available information on the asylum seeker, the negotiations and the initial interview, information and submissions presented to the Board: 1) 10 working days; 2) two working days, if the application is filed at the border crossing point or transit border crossing area and there is reason to believe that there is any of this law, the first paragraph of article 30.
24. article. Personal interview with the applicant

(1) not later than one month from the date of the decision on the acceptance of the application for review, the Board conducted a personal interview with the applicant in relation to his persecution of this law, within the meaning of article 37 or the threat of serious damage to the article 40 of this law, as well as to obtain the information necessary to evaluate the opportunity to examine the application of article 33 of this law. If a personal interview is not possible within that time-limit, the Manager may extend the period of duration of the interview, for one month. (2) If you log on to a large number of asylum seeker and consequently it is not possible to take a personal interview, they can engage the State border guard officials, ensuring that they have received appropriate training, including the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 May 2010 on the Regulation (EU) No 439/2010 establishing a European asylum support Office article 6 paragraph 4 of the "a"-"e" elements referred to in and have the General knowledge of the problems that could negatively impact the ability of asylum seekers to give personal interview. Personal interviews during the national border guard service officials is not uniform. (3) the personal interview may be omitted if 1) Administration have evidence that allows you to take a decision on the granting of refugee status; 2) doctor's opinion confirms that the asylum seeker is in permanent health problems that prevent this.
25. article. Requirements for the initial interview and the personal interview (1) National Guard, through the initial interview, and administration, making a personal interview, ensure that: 1) it happens without asylum seeker the presence of family members unless the State border or the Board does not believe that it is necessary for the examination of the application to the other family members present; 2) it happens under conditions that guarantee the appropriate privacy and allow asylum seekers to provide comprehensive justification for its application, as well as to comment on the possible shortcomings of his claim or controversy; 3) by officials who are competent enough to take account of the asylum seeker's personal and general conditions relating to the submission, including his origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or vulnerability; 4) if possible and requested asylum, officials who interviewed him, and an interpreter is a person of the same sex, except where the national guard or the Board has reason to believe that such a request is not related to the reasons for the difficulties which the asylum seeker cannot be understood to present your submission; 5) with minor asylum seekers by officials who have the required knowledge about the needs of minors, in the presence of the representative; 6) with minor asylum seekers it takes a child-friendly way. (2) the initial interview and the personal interview recorded with sound or video technical means (hereinafter the technical means), you will be informed in advance of the asylum seekers. If the interview is recorded, using the technical means, it is added to the applicant's case. (3) a representative of the asylum seeker is allowed to attend the initial interview and the personal interview. (4) representatives of the asylum seeker's absence, except for the initial interview or personal interview with unaccompanied minors, does not prevent the National Guard to carry out the original interview and administration-personal interview with the applicant.
26. article. Report of the personal interview, the design procedure (1) Administration Manager authorised officer for the personal interview shall draw up a report (hereinafter the report). The report shall contain all the relevant information you need to make a decision on refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant it. A report on the interview that made this law, article 24, second paragraph, in the case referred to in the preparation of the national border guard officials. (2) the asylum seeker to the end of the personal interview is the right to comment on the fact that the safe third country his individual situation and circumstances are not considered safe third countries, and in relation to his recognition as a refugee or a person eligible for subsidiary status and the opportunity to comment and to provide clarification in relation to any faulty translations or misunderstanding in the content of the message. Personal interviews in the final regulatory Manager authorised officer presents a report of asylum seekers and asked him to confirm that the content properly reflect the personal interview. If the applicant refuses to approve the contents of the report correctly reflects the personal interview, his abandonment of the reasons stated in the report. (3) the right to submit written comments on the report do not apply to cases where the personal interviews in the course of the full amount fixed by using technical means.
27. article. Medical examination (1) If the Board considers that it is essential to make a decision on refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant it with the consent of the asylum seeker is sent him to medical expertise for signs that might indicate a past persecution or serious harm caused. (2) the State border upon minors without the consent of the representatives of unaccompanied, can determine the medical expertise to determine the person's age, if the National Guard has doubts about its age. If after the medical examiner performing the National Guard is still in doubt as to the age of the asylum seeker, by application, it is assumed that the asylum applicant is a minor. (3) on application, the logging State border guard of unaccompanied minors in the presence of representatives shall immediately inform the language it understands, or language that there is reason to believe about it to understand, of the possibility that their age may be determined in the second part in the medical inspection, the inspection process and the possible consequences of the result of the medical examination for the examination of the application, as well as of the consequences that might arise If the unaccompanied minor's representative refuses from the medical examiner. (4) If the Board does not organise the first paragraph of this article medical expertise, it shall inform the applicant that he has the right, at its own expense, to carry out medical expertise for signs that might indicate a past persecution or serious harm caused. If the asylum seeker make the above medical expertise, he must immediately submit to a medical examination results. (5) in the first and second subparagraph shall pay the medical expertise of the national budget.
Chapter VI examination of application and decision making arrangements article 28. Board's decision in the asylum procedure (1) the administration of the Chief authorising officer shall take a decision on the acceptance of the application: 1) or leaving without examination; 2) refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant it; 3) the asylum seeker's transfer to the responsible Member State, which will examine the application filed in the Republic of Latvia in this law article 6, second paragraph, the procedure laid down in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013; 4) consideration of the application of the suspension; 5) consideration of the application or refusal to resume resume application. (2) if the asylum seeker is an unaccompanied minor, the first subparagraph shall prepare the decisions of government officials who have the required knowledge about the needs of minors. (3) Administration Manager authorised officer, adopt the decisions referred to in the first paragraph, one may include a decision by the asylum seeker and his family, if these persons the application based on the same facts and if so is not detected by the asylum-seeker special circumstances that may threaten his interests, in particular in cases involving harassment of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or age. (4) the asylum-seeker's refusal to sign the Protocol negotiations or approve the content of the message, to make this law article 27 referred to in the second subparagraph of medical expertise or article 27 of the fourth subparagraph, the results of the medical examination is not grounds for failure to accept one of the first paragraph of this article of the decision.
29. article. The regulatory time limits for decision-making

(1) the adoption of a decision on the application for review or leaving without examination adopted after of the national border guard received this law, article 23 of the sixth part of the following documents: 1) within five working days, if the application is filed at the border crossing point or at the transit zone; 2) 10 working days, if the asylum seeker is in the territory of the Republic of Latvia. (2) the application shall be considered and a decision on refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant it to adopt, within three months from the date of the personal interview with the applicant, but no later than six months after the application was registered. (3) the Ministry of the Interior or his authorised person may be extended in the second part of that six-month period for a further nine months, if: 1) evaluation of the application associated with the complex issues of fact or law; 2) submissions simultaneously submitted a large number of third-country nationals or stateless persons, and the second part to comply with the time limit referred to in not possible. (4) in considering the application of article 33 of this law in the first part, in that order, Administration Manager authorised officer shall adopt the 20 working days from the date of the personal interview with the applicant. (5) If a decision by one contains one family, in the second and in the fourth subparagraph, that period shall run from the date on which the personal interview conducted with all of the minors family. (6) the adoption of a decision on the application for review or leaving without examination takes 10 working days if, in accordance with Regulation No 604/2013 from another Member State the competent authorities received information about the refusal to take responsibility for the examination of the application or of the Republic of Latvia is the responsibility of another Member State and submitted to the consideration of the application for asylum is admitted back in the Republic of Latvia. (7) If, in accordance with Regulation (EC) no 604/2013 from another Member State the competent authorities received information that this Member State shall assume responsibility for examining the application for asylum seekers, 10 working days after this information was received, shall take a decision on the asylum seeker's transfer to the responsible Member State, who will consider the application.
30. article. Decision on application for leave without examination (1) the decision on the application without examination of the abandonment is accepted if there exists at least one of the following conditions: 1) another asylum seeker is granted the international protection; 2) non-member country, is considered the first of the asylum seeker's country of asylum; 3) non-member country, is considered safe for an asylum seeker to a third country; 4) asylum seekers in the Republic of Latvia has made repeated submissions after the final decision on refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative, and it does not mention the circumstances that would have significantly changed in favour of the asylum seeker and could serve as a basis for refugee status or subsidiary. (2) if the application is filed at the border crossing point or transit border crossing area and decided the issue of acceptance of the application for review or leaving without examination, the State border guard of the asylum seeker, who has special procedural or hosting needs, ensure adequate and appropriate support for him during the asylum procedure can be used on this statutory rights and fulfil the obligations laid down in this law. (3) a decision concerning minors unaccompanied for the abandonment application without examination in accordance with the first subparagraph of paragraph 3 may be accepted if it complies with the minor's best interest. (4) if the administrative procedure for the first part of this article, paragraph 3 of the decision, the Board shall issue the applicant a document that the safe third country authorities in the language of that country is informed that an application's compliance with this law, article 37, first paragraph, and article 40, first paragraph, conditions are evaluated. (5) Administrative Manager authorised officer assesses the conformity of the application of this law article 33, first paragraph, or article 37, first paragraph, and article 40 conditions of the first subparagraph, where the safe third country does not permit the applicant to enter its territory. (6) the fact that minors unaccompanied representative has abandoned 27. this law referred to in the second subparagraph of article medical expertise, can not be the sole basis for the adoption of minors unaccompanied without leaving the application or the decision concerning the refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative.
31. article. Decision on acceptance of the application to the Administrative Manager authorised officer shall decide on the acceptance of the application for review, if there is one of the following conditions: 1) this law does not exist in the article 30 of the conditions referred to in the first subparagraph; 2) in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013 from another Member State the competent authorities received information about the refusal to take responsibility for the examination of the application or of the Republic of Latvia is the responsibility of another Member State and submitted to the consideration of the application for asylum is admitted back in the Republic of Latvia; 3) it is not possible to provide this law article 30 the provisions of part two.
32. article. Consideration of the application and the decision on the status of refugee or alternative or the decision on the refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative (1) every application for asylum seekers examined individually, objectively and impartially, with accurate and up-to-date information from various sources, such as from the European asylum support Office and the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees, and relevant international human rights organizations, about the general situation of the asylum seeker's country of origin and If necessary, the countries through which it traveled. (2) in considering the application, the first under the provisions of this law, shall decide on the granting of refugee status to asylum seekers, but if they do not apply for asylum, on the alternative status. (3) in considering the application, the Administration Manager authorised officer shall take into account the minor's best interests. (4) in considering the application, take into account: 1) the facts, having regard to the asylum seeker's country of origin at the time of taking a decision on the status of refugee or alternative or refusal to grant, including laws and regulations of the country of origin of their application; 2) asylum seeker's explanations and documents submitted; 3) individual asylum seeker status and conditions. The fact that the asylum seeker has special procedural or hosting needs, does not in itself affect the evaluation of the application; 4) medical inspection results, if any, carried out in accordance with article 27 of this law to the first, the second or the fourth part; 5) whether the applicant's activities since leaving the country of origin is not intended to create the conditions for refugee status or subsidiary; 6) whether it is reasonable to expect that the asylum seeker has adopted the protection of another country where he could assert citizenship. (5) The applicant justified fear of persecution or to justify the likelihood that he may suffer serious harm, indicate the fact that the asylum seeker has already been subject to persecution or serious harm or to direct threats of persecution or harm and there are reasonable grounds for believing that such persecution or serious injury can occur. (6) If the applicant is not justified in the explanatory notes supplied with documents or other evidence, it shall not need confirmation, when the following conditions occur: 1) the asylum-seeker has provided all the information in your possession; 2) explanations of the asylum seeker is incredible, non-controversial and comply with regulatory information available; 3) the asylum-seeker submitted the application as soon as it was possible, unless he can demonstrate that he had valid reasons for which the application is not filed earlier; 4) found that the asylum seeker in General can trust. (7) decision on refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant it apply also to the minor asylum seeker (also in custody) children, if they at the same time with parents or arrives in the Republic of Latvia. In considering the application, examined in the minor's views. (8) the fact that the application is not filed immediately, can not be the sole basis for a decision on the abandonment application without examination or the decision on the refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative. (9) If a personal interview with the asylum seeker is not made on the basis of article 24, paragraph 2, of part three, Administration Chief of the authorised officer shall take a decision on the status of refugee or alternative or refusal to grant, taking into account the national border and regulatory information available for asylum seekers. A personal interview does not do not may be the only basis for asylum an adverse decision.
33. article. Consideration of the application in the accelerated procedure

(1) Administration Manager authorised officer may examine the application in the accelerated procedure, if there is at least one of the following conditions: 1) asylum seekers, submitting a submission, provided only the circumstances which can not be grounds for a decision on refugee status or subsidiary; 2) the asylum-seeker is from a safe country of origin; 3) the asylum applicant has misled the authorities involved in the asylum procedure by providing false information or documents or by submitting the relevant information or his identity or nationality of the supporting documents; 4) possible that the asylum seeker is maliciously destroyed or deserted the identity or travel document that would have helped establish his/her identity or nationality; 5) asylum seeker has provided inconsistent, contradictory, patently false or obviously not reliable information that is inconsistent with enough check the country of origin information and creates a basis for the presumption that his action in connection with the persecution of this law, within the meaning of article 37 or the threat of serious damage to this law, within the meaning of article 40 are not convincing; 6) asylum seeker lodged a confirmatory application, which has been accepted for examination; 7) asylum seeker lodges applications mainly due to inhibit or prevent his expulsion from the Republic of Latvia; 8) asylum seeker has entered the territory illegally or unlawfully prolonged his stay in the Republic of Latvia and without reasonable cause to make submissions in the past; 9) the asylum-seeker does not agree to remove fingerprints; 10) asylum seeker constitutes a threat to national security or public order and security or has been expelled from the Republic of Latvia, as caused threat to national security or the public order and security and in accordance with the provisions of the Immigration Act included it in a list of foreigners arriving in the Republic of Latvia is prohibited. (2) The applicant shall be considered as a safe country of origin, the country of which he is a national or in which he as a stateless person resided before it has, if he has not provided sufficient reasons to believe that the country is not a safe country of origin in his individual situation and circumstances and in relation to his recognition as a refugee or a person eligible for subsidiary status. (3) an authorized officer of Chief of management of the asylum-seeker's application that requires specific procedural safeguards, the accelerated procedure and may decide on the refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative only if the asylum seeker is provided with appropriate and adequate support to the asylum procedure, he could use this statutory rights and fulfil the obligations laid down in this law. (4) Administration Manager authorised officer minors unaccompanied submissions can deal with accelerated procedure and may decide on the refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative only if there is the first part of this article 2, 6 or 10, paragraph.
34. article. The decision for the consideration of the application, a decision on the resumption of consideration of the application and the decision on the refusal to resume the consideration of the application (1) the decision on the suspension of the examination of the application shall be admissible if: 1) Administration received the asylum seeker's request to suspend consideration of the application; 2) there are substantial grounds for believing that the asylum applicant has implicitly withdrawn his application or abandoned it because it is not carried out this Act article 12, first paragraph 1, 2 or 5 the obligations referred to in paragraph, or has escaped from the State border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation rooms. (2) the decision on the suspension of the consideration of the application shall be adopted not later than three months from the date of becoming aware of the first paragraph of this article, unless the asylum seeker is not timely proven that it happened from his independent reason. (3) the applicant within nine months from the date of entry into force of the decision on the suspension of the consideration of the application, have the right to request that their consideration of the application is restarted. This time limit shall not apply in the case of the Republic of Latvia in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013 taking back asylum seekers, who referred to his application before the hearing, a decision on refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant, and has prepared an application in another Member State or is in the territory of another Member State without authorisation. (4) if the asylum seeker more than once asked to resume their consideration of the application, it points to this law, the procedure laid down in article 35, except the Republic of Latvia in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013 taking back asylum seekers, who referred to his application before the hearing, a decision on refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant, and has prepared an application in another Member State or is in the territory of another Member State without authorisation. (5) If a person more than once has asked to resume its consideration of the application, therefore, primarily to inhibit or prevent the execution of the decision, which would be implemented immediately to move them from the Republic of Latvia, the person during the examination of the application is not considered as asylum-seekers. (6) the administration of the Chief authorising officer shall take a decision on the resumption of the examination of the application or the refusal to resume the processing of the application within 10 working days from the day of receipt of the request of the asylum seeker to resume their consideration of the application. (7) the examination of the application, resume and continue from the stage of the asylum procedure, in which it stopped.
35. article. Repeat application (1) a Person in respect of which a final decision on refusal to grant the refugee status, or alternatively is entitled to submit a repeated application to the National Guard. A person has a duty to review the application to specify the evidence, which shows that have significantly changed the circumstances on which the decision is based. (2) If a person submits the application again, after a decision on the transfer to the responsible Member State, which will consider the application in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013, assess the application in the Member State responsible. (3) the administration of the Chief authorising officer, after the submission of the evaluation referred to in the decision on the application for review or adoption leave without examination, taking 30 or 31 of this Act the provisions of the article. (4) If a decision is taken on the application of the appeal, the administrative Chief of the authorised officer shall assess the conformity of this application of this law article 33, first paragraph of article 37, first paragraph, and article 40, first paragraph. (5) administration of authorised officials of the Chief decision on application for leave again without the relevant person or its representative may appeal against this law, article 48 of the fourth paragraph in point 1. (6) If a person has submitted the first time repeating the application mainly to impede or prevent the execution of the decision, which would be implemented immediately to move them from the Republic of Latvia, the person during the examination of the application is not considered as asylum-seekers. (7) the application shall be accompanied, if alternate status acquired by a person after the final decision on refusal to grant refugee status, that person during the examination of the application is not considered as asylum-seekers.
36. article. Asylum procedure and notification of decisions taken by the State provided legal aid procedures

(1) the asylum procedure, the decision shall enter into force when it announced the asylum seeker. The asylum procedure a decision shall notify the asylum seeker under the notification law. (2) If an applicant for asylum in cases stipulated by law and order on hold and housed in the national border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation rooms with her decision, and the State provided legal aid in terms of the State border guard of the present. (3) if the asylum seeker that this Act in the cases and in the order on hold and housed in the national border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation premises, wants to have the State provide legal counsel to appeal against this law, article 11 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 6 of the decision referred to in the application for the State, he secured legal aid applications shall be submitted to the National Guard. National Guard immediately, not later than the working day following the receipt of an application for asylum seekers the State provided legal aid, invite legal aid provider included on the State provided legal aid list prepared by the responsible authority. (4) if the applicant wishes to receive the State guarantee legal aid to appeal against this law, article 11 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 6 referred to in the Board's decision, and the asylum seeker is not in this Act in the cases and in the order on hold and housed in the national border guard of the asylum seeker accommodation on the premises, he shall submit to the Board an application for State-guaranteed legal aid applications and application on your income. After the application for State legal aid granted and the application for the applicant income evaluation of that information to the Board immediately, not later than the next working day, shall send the authority responsible for the State provided legal aid a legal aid appeal and attaches a copy of the decision. (5) the application for State legal aid granted and the application for asylum seeker's income model form is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers.
Chapter VII international protection conditions article 37. The conditions for the granting of refugee status (1) To be eligible for refugee status in a third-country national who, rightly fearing persecution because of his race, religion, nationality, membership of a certain social groups or their political opinion, is outside the country of which he is a national, and the inability of such fear does not want to accept their country of nationality or a stateless person, who, being outside of their previous country of residence , for the same reason unable or unwilling to return to it and which is not subject to article 45 of this law. (2) a Person shall not be eligible for refugee status, if it is more than one State, and without reasonable cause does not use legal protection in one of their countries of nationality. The nationality of the person is the State where every citizen that person is. (3) the application of the first paragraph of this article, found a link between article 39 of this law the persecution referred to in the first subparagraph and of the reasons for this law referred to in article 38 of the acts of persecution or that do not provide protection against such actions. (4) the decision on the granting of refugee status applies also to a minor who was born after his father or mother has been granted refugee status in accordance with this law, if his parents had lost their status or granted his parents it is not subtracted in accordance with this law, article 55 and 56.
38. article. The concept of persecution (1) on the persecution of this law, article 37, first paragraph the purpose of recognisable: 1) that its nature or incidence is severe enough to cause serious violations of fundamental human rights; 2) several actions, including violations of human rights which is sufficiently severe as to affect an individual in the first part of this article in the form referred to in paragraph 1 in the same way. (2) the first paragraph of this article steps can be: 1) physical or mental violence, including sexual violence; 2) legal and administrative measures or police or judicial measures which are in themselves discriminatory or are implemented in a discriminatory manner; 3) disproportionate or discriminatory accusation or disproportionate or discriminatory punishment; 4) denial of judicial redress resulting in a disproportionate or discriminatory punishment; 5) prosecution or punishment for refusal to perform military service in a conflict, if the performance of military service would include crimes or activities covered by article 45 of this law, the first paragraph of 3, 4 and 5; 6) actions specifically targeted at sex or against minors.
39. article. The reasons for persecution (1) Administration Manager authorised officer when assessing the reasons for persecution, asylum seekers taken into account: 1) race, color, descent, or membership of certain ethnic groups; 2) religious affiliation, attendance at the official private or public worship, the other his religious activities or consider the expression of opinions, religious beliefs or personal or group based behavior; 3) nationality, can take as a covering Group determined by its cultural, ethnic, or linguistic identity, common geographical or political origins or relationship with the population of another State; 4) affiliation of certain social groups, that meets one of the following characteristics: (a) the members of the group are common) innate characteristics or common origin that cannot be changed, or they are common signs or belief that the person's identity or conscience is so important that a person can not shake it up, and the group in that country is the identity of the specimen that the surrounding community perceived as different , b) depending on the circumstances in the country of origin of a particular social group, it can be considered to be a group whose main characteristic is a certain common sexual orientation; 5) political opinions or views on this law referred to in article 42 of the Prussians and their possible policy regardless of whether the asylum seeker has acted in accordance with his views. (2) in assessing whether the asylum-seeker's fear of persecution is well-founded, it is not essential to his actual race, religion, nationality or membership of a certain social or political groups, as he may be subject to persecution if one article 42 of this law shows the pursuers apply to asylum seekers the signs mentioned above.
40. article. Alternative status conditions (1) to an alternative status may apply for the third country national or a stateless person, which cannot be granted refugee status in accordance with article 37 of this law, the first paragraph and which is not subject to article 46 of this law the conditions if there are reasonable grounds for believing that he after returning to their country of origin could be subjected to serious harm, and for this reason unable or unwilling to accept the protection of that country. (2) a Person shall not be eligible for an alternative status, if it is more than one State, and without reasonable cause does not use legal protection in one of their countries of nationality. (3) the decision on the alternative status also applies to minor children who was born after his father or mother is awarded the status of alternative pursuant to this law, if his parents had lost their status or granted his parents it is not subtracted in accordance with this law, in article 57 and 58.
Article 41. The concept of serious damage serious damage within the meaning of this law are: 1) the imposition of the death penalty the asylum seeker or his possible execution; 2) the asylum-seeker's torture, inhuman or degrading treatment they or their inhuman or degrading punishment; 3) serious and individual threat to a civilian's life or person by reason of indiscriminate violence in situations of international or internal armed conflict.
Article 42. The pursuers of the wrongdoer or heavy men or heavy the wrongdoer may be: 1) the country of origin; 2) country of origin, parties or organisations controlling the State or a substantial part of its territory; 3) country of origin groups or individuals, if it can be shown that the country of origin, the parties or organisations or the international community unable or unwilling to provide protection against persecution or serious harm as defined in article 43 of this law.
43. article. Protection

(1) the decision of a refugee or an alternative designation or refusal to grant it, Administration Manager authorised officer shall evaluate the possibility of protection in the country of origin. Protection can only be provided: 1) the country of origin; 2) the country of origin by parties or organisations, including international organisations, controlling the State or a substantial part of its territory. (2) protection is provided, if it is effective and not limited in time and country of origin, the parties or organisations or the international organizations willing and able to take steps to prevent the persecution or serious harm, including maintaining an effective system, the purpose of which is to reveal to persecution or serious harm related activities, as well as to convict and punish for these actions, and if the asylum seeker has such protection.
44. article. The need of protection of a person staying in the Republic of Latvia it if the person staying in the Republic of Latvia, founded the reason they justified fear of persecution or of possible serious damage may be: 1) events in the asylum seeker's country of origin, which occurred after he had left the country; 2) actions in which an asylum seeker involved in since leaving the country of origin, especially if it is established that the activities to which the reasonable fear that testifying and continue to certify a person's beliefs or orientation, as it existed in the country of origin.
Article 45. Cases in which refugee status is not granted (1) refugee status shall not be granted if there is at least one of the following conditions: 1) person receives protection or assistance from other United Nations bodies, with the exception of the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees. If such protection or assistance has terminated for any reason and by the United Nations General Assembly resolutions, its position is not specified, subject to the provisions of this law; 2) Republic of Latvia recognised by the competent authority that the person has rights and obligations which apply to the citizens of Latvia, or equivalent rights and obligations; 3) person committed the international instruments defined crimes against peace, war crime or crime against humanity; 4) person prior to arrival in the Republic of Latvia committed a crime that is not political in nature and which, in accordance with the law of the Republic of Latvia constitutes a particularly serious crime; 5) person taken steps against the United Nations purposes and principles; 6) has reason to believe that the person poses a threat to national security; 7) person, who with the judgment of the Court of Justice of the Republic of Latvia recognized guilty of a particularly serious crime, constitutes a danger to the public in Latvia. (2) the first subparagraph of this article 3, 4 and 5 shall also apply to persons inciting those crimes or activities or otherwise participating in the activities of the said crime or offence or facilitating.
Article 46. Cases where an alternative status shall not be granted (1) alternative status shall not be granted if there is at least one of the following conditions: 1) the person committed to the international instruments defined crimes against peace, war crime or crime against humanity; 2) person committed a crime under the law of the Republic of Latvia recognized as serious or very serious crime; 3) person taken steps against the United Nations purposes and principles; 4) there is reason to believe that the person poses a threat to national security or public order and security; 5) person prior to arrival in the Republic of Latvia committed a crime, for which it would be applicable to imprisonment, if it had been committed in the Republic of Latvia, and has left its country of origin solely in order to avoid the penalty for this crime. (2) the first subparagraph of this article 1, 2, 3 and 4 shall also apply to persons inciting those crimes or activities or otherwise participating in the activities of the said crime or offence or facilitating.
47. article. Possibility of protection in the country of origin of the asylum seeker does not grant refugee or alternative status if any part of his country of origin in fear of persecution is not justified or not there is a risk of serious damage, or is available to the law referred to in article 43 protection against persecution or serious harm, and the asylum seeker can be safely and legally travel to this part of the country, be admitted and, as it can be reasonably assumed , it also reside.
Chapter VIII the asylum procedure adopted on procedures for appeals against decisions article 48. Appeals against decisions of the courts (1) of the asylum seeker or his or her representative may appeal to the district administrative court after asylum seeker accommodation addresses or this law, article 12, first paragraph, point 5, in the case referred to in the home address of authorised officials of regulatory chiefs decision on: 1) transfer to the responsible Member State, which will consider the application in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013; 2) leaving the application without examination; 3) refugee status or subsidiary or refusal to grant it; 4) consideration of the application of the suspension or refusal to resume consideration of the application. (2) the applicant or his representative may appeal to the District Administrative Court of the place of detention of asylum seekers to address regulatory Manager authorised officials of the decision, if the asylum seeker in the cases stipulated by law and order on hold and housed in the national border guard of the accommodation of asylum seekers. (3) the (things) at the hearing, the person considered as asylum-seekers, who are entitled to stay in Latvia until the administrative district court shall take a decision, with the exception of article 34 of this law in the fifth subparagraph, and article 35 of the sixth part of the event. (4) the applicant or his representative shall submit to the Administrative Board for the District Court addressed an application for: 1) Administration Manager authorised officials of the decision on the asylum seeker's transfer to the responsible Member State, which will consider the application in accordance with Regulation (EEC) no 604/2013, leaving the application without examination, a refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative, if the application is examined by the short order, for the consideration of the application or the suspension of the refusal to resume the consideration of the application, within 15 working days from the date of entry into force of the decision; 2) Administration Manager authorised officials of the decision on the asylum seeker's transfer to the responsible Member State, which will review the application, or on an application for abandonment without examination, the asylum seeker is held in detention, five working days from the date of entry into force of the decision; 3) Administration Manager authorised officials of the decision on the status of refugee or alternative or refusal to grant, within one month from the date of entry into force of the decision. (5) the Board of the application together with the documents and the evidence of one of the working days of its receipt, forward to the Court. (6) the asylum-seeker is exempt from State fees for filing in court.
49. article. Examination of the application to the administrative district court

(1) the case instituted on the basis of an application for Administration of authorised officials of the Chief of the administrative decision, the District Court considered and adopted: 1 decision) within five working days from the date of adoption of the decision on the application and the initiation, where a decision adopted in accordance with article 29 of this law, the seventh; 2) within five working days from the date of adoption of the decision on the application and the initiation, where a decision adopted in accordance with article 30 of this law, the first paragraph and article 34 the first or sixth; 3) 20 working days from the date of adoption of the decision on the application and the initiation of the proceeding, if the application is processed in accordance with this law, the first paragraph of article 33; 4) within three months from the date of adoption of the decision on the application and the initiation, where a decision adopted in accordance with article 37 of this law, the first paragraph or first part of article 40; 5) five working days from the date of adoption of the decision on the application and the initiation, where a decision adopted in accordance with this law, the third subparagraph of article 35. (2) the administrative district court hears administrative cases in written proceedings. Case instituted on the basis of a decision to refuse an application for refugee status or subsidiary, if this decision is taken in the accelerated procedure or of the decision on the status of refugee or alternative or refusal to grant, the administrative district court may examine the written process, if it recognises that the existing evidence is enough to make this thing successful. (3) If the asylum seeker has not informed their position not management, not administrative district court or is the news that an asylum seeker not resident in the Republic of Latvia, the Court may leave her application without examination. The administrative district court decide these issues in the writing process. (4) If the law says any procedural actions enforcement period, but by following the relevant procedural act within this time limit is not complied with, the first paragraph of this article, the deadlines, the Court determines the appropriate procedural actions enforcement of the deadline. (5) the administrative district court, proceedings, witnesses from overseas call. (6) the administrative district court ruling is final and not appealable. The administrative ruling of the District Court shall enter into force at the time of delivery and will be reported immediately to the applicant, explaining the nature of the award to him in a language that he understands, or language that there is reason to believe for him to understand. The administrative district court shall inform the ruling administration and national guard immediately, at the latest by the end of the working day when the ruling entered into force. (7) administrative district court decisions taken by the application or the proposed consideration of the necessary procedural actions, is not open to appeal. (8) Administrative Manager authorised officer assesses the compliance of this law, the application of article 33 of the conditions of the first subparagraph, or article 37, first paragraph, and article 40 conditions of the first subparagraph, if the administrative district court decides that the asylum seeker is not subject to article 29 of this law the seventh part of the first paragraph of article 30 or article 34 of the sixth part.
Chapter IX of the status of refugee or alternative got rights and responsibilities article 50. The status of refugee or alternative got people right to information (1) the status of refugee or alternate person governance for granting it provides information on rights and obligations relating to the assigned status, language, which it understands, or language that there is reason to believe about it to understand. (2) the underage person who has been granted the status of refugee or subsidiary, are provided access to education in the national language of the State or local education authority.
51. article. The status of refugee or subsidiary acquired a personal travel and identity document (1) refugee, within the 28 July 1951 Convention on refugee status, issued the travel document, which is also a refugee identity document. (2) an alternative status got person who can't get the previous home of issued travel documents, issued the travel document, which is also a personal identity document. (3) If a person granted refugee status or subsidiary of the person supporting travel documents, the State border guard of the forwarding authority. (4) the fugitive, get the first paragraph of this article, shall be forwarded to the travel document management storage all his available foreign person supporting and provided travel documents.
52. article. The status of refugee or alternative got personal residence in the Republic of Latvia (1), a refugee shall be issued a permanent residence permit. (2) an alternative status got termiņuzturēšan permission shall be issued to the person for one year. If the person before the end of the month, submit to the Board an application for extension of stay and there is still one of this law, the first paragraph of article 40, the Government authorized the Chief Officer of the month shall take a decision on the issue of the termiņuzturēšan for one year. (3) an application to the administrative district court on the second part of that administration officials notified the Chief's decision can be submitted to the Court within 10 working days from the date of notification of the decision. The administrative district court case during the month, its ruling is final and not appealable. The hearing person saves the alternate status. (4) if the refugee or alternative status has been granted to the person obtained the European Union's permanent resident status in another Member State of the European Union, and this person has not lost its status of refugee or alternative or it is not subtracted in accordance with the provisions of this law, the Republic of Latvia is obliged to readmit that person.
53. article. The status of refugee or alternative got personal allowance (1) a fugitive during the first 12 months after the acquisition of refugee status and persons with alternative status, first nine months after the alternative status shall receive allowances to cover maintenance costs, as well as the national language learning necessary costs if the person has no other source of livelihood. (2) a Person who is granted international protection, is entitled under the first paragraph of this article to claim benefits within 12 months from the date of entry into force of the decision on the status of refugee or alternative. If the application for the granting of benefits is filed after 12 months from the date of entry into force of the decision on the status of refugee or alternative, that allowance shall not be paid. (3) If the alternative status got person who has received the first paragraph of this article, the benefits granted refugee status, it is entitled to receive benefits as a refugee during a period which, together with the previously paid benefit period does not exceed 12 months. (4) the refugee and subsidiary status got benefits of persons and the procedure determined by the Cabinet of Ministers.
54. article. The status of refugee or alternative got rights to family reunification (1) a refugee or alternative status got has the right to join with family members who are in foreign countries. The alternative status got that right person is when it's this status in the Republic of Latvia resided for at least two years. (2) the underage person unaccompanied, which granted international protection and who is not married, has the right to admit to himself from foreign arrivals to mother and father. (3) the refugee family member shall be issued a permanent residence permit. The alternative status got personal family termiņuzturēšan permit shall be issued for the same length of time for which the permit was issued by the termiņuzturēšan alternative status got. (4) the order in which takes place the first and second subparagraph family reunion, is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (5) if the refugee or alternative status acquired by a person loses or subtract assigned status, the status of refugee or alternative got personal family member withdraws the residence permit immigration law except when a refugee or alternative status acquired by a person has acquired Latvian citizenship.
Chapter x the refugee and subsidiary protection loss and deprivation of article 55. The loss of refugee status conditions

(1) a Person shall lose refugee status if it: 1) voluntarily adopted its new protection of the country of nationality; 2) voluntarily regained citizenship after he had lost it; 3) acquired the Latvian or other nationality, and enjoys the protection of the new nationality; 4) returned to the country which had left for fear of persecution; 5) cannot renounce their citizenship in the country of protection, as there are no circumstances which, it was recognized as a refugee; 6) as a stateless person may return to the country of former habitual residence, because the circumstances in which it was recognized as a refugee. (2) the application of the first paragraph of this article 5 and paragraph 6 shall take into account, or a change of circumstances in the country of origin is so pervasive that a person's fear of persecution can no longer be considered to be justified, or that changes in circumstances and have a permanent character. (3) the first paragraph of this article 5 and paragraph 6 shall not apply to the refugee, who can rely on compelling reasons (derived from previous persecution) for refusing to accept the protection of the country of nationality or, if he is a stateless person, its former country of residence.
Article 56. The conditions for the withdrawal of refugee status refugee status the person robbed, if there is at least one of the following conditions: 1) to the persons covered by article 45 of this law, the terms of the first paragraph; 2) this person has provided false information or has not provided information that was crucial for the granting of refugee status, including used false papers.
57. article. Alternative status loss conditions (1) a Person shall lose the status if the alternative conditions in which it was granted alternative status have ceased to exist or have changed to such an extent that the protection of the Republic of Latvia for that person are no longer required. (2) the application of the first paragraph of this article, take into account, or a change of circumstances in the country of origin is so significant that there are no longer grounds for a person afraid of possible serious damage, or that changes in circumstances and have a permanent character. (3) the first paragraph shall not apply to the alternative status the recipient, who can rely on compelling reasons (which stems from the significant damage caused to above) for refusing to accept the protection of the country of nationality or, if he is a stateless person, its former country of residence.
58. article. Alternative status deprivation conditions alternative status the person robbed, if there is at least one of the following conditions: 1) to the persons covered by article 46 of this law, the provisions of the first paragraph; 2) this person has provided false information or has not provided information that was crucial in alternate status, including used false papers.
Article 59. Decision on the status of refugee or alternative loss or deprivation, the appeals procedure (1) where the Board becomes aware of this law, 55, 56, 57 or 58. the conditions referred to in article 3, it asks for a month a person granted refugee or subsidiary status, submit written information as to why it international protection should not take away or lose, or provide the person an opportunity to provide that information in an interview. (2) the administration of the Chief authorising officer shall take a decision on the status of refugee or alternative loss or deprivation, not later than two months from the date on which it became known to one of this law, 55, 56, 57 or 58. the conditions referred to in article 1 and shall notify the person concerned. (3) in the second subparagraph, the person may appeal against a decision of the district administrative court within one month from the date of its entry into force. (4) If a person who is granted refugee status or subsidiary, wants to have the State provide legal counsel to appeal against the administrative decision of the Chief Inspecting Officer of the status of refugee or alternative loss or deprivation, it shall submit to the Board an application for State-guaranteed legal aid applications and application on your income. After the application for State legal aid granted and the application for personal income evaluation of that information to the Board immediately, but not later than the next working day, shall forward to the authority, which is responsible for State legal aid a legal aid appeal by adding a copy of the decision. Ensure the application for State legal aid application and the application for the status of refugee or alternative got personal income model form is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (5) the administrative district court ruling within one month of the date of receipt of the application and shall communicate it to the person. Administrative District Court ruling is final and not appealable. Administrative District Court decisions that are taken using the application or the proposed consideration of the necessary procedural actions, is not open to appeal. (6) the hearing person retains the status of refugee or alternative.
60. article. The obligation of a person to leave the Republic of Latvia, if it lost the status of refugee or alternative or that it deprived status (1) a Person who has lost the status of refugee or alternative or less this status, the Republic of Latvia to leave within two months from the date of entry into force of the decision, if it has no other legal basis to stay in the Republic of Latvia. (2) If the person deprived of refugee status in accordance with this law, article 45 of the first subparagraph of paragraph 6 or 7 or alternative status in accordance with this law, article 58, paragraph 1, or the person is not left to the Republic of Latvia in the first paragraph of this article, the time limit laid down in the decision on the forced return of the person managing the boss takes one working day. (3) the decision on a forced return person may within 10 working days of the appeal to the district administrative court. The court filing does not suspend the decision on forced expulsion operation. (4) the decision on the person's performance of forced return of immigration law.
Chapter XI temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia article 61. The granting of temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia (1), the granting of temporary protection to persons in need, if they are or have been forced to leave their country of origin: 1) protracted armed conflict or violence; 2 risk of serious human rights) or because they are the victims of, systematic or generalised violations of. (2) a Person shall not be included in the first paragraph of this article, the persons in the group if there is reason to believe that it satisfies this law 45 of the first paragraph of article 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7. (3) the Cabinet of Ministers, having regard to the decision of the Council of the European Union, issued an order for the grant of temporary protection for a group of people, determining the total number of its members, the term of protection, temporary accommodation, the person required to maintain state funding, as well as the order in which the Latvian State border traverses a person with temporary protection. (4) the first paragraph of this article consists of a group of persons is determined by the Government, in cooperation with the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees. (5) the Chief of Government authorized officials of the decision on the grant of temporary protection or extension of the person may contest, submitting an application to the management supervisor, a month from the date of entry into force of the decision. N. o. decision a person may appeal to the Court within one month from the date of its entry into force.
62. article. Temporary protection of acquired rights (1) the decision on the grant of temporary protection, the Board shall provide to the person concerned in a language it understands, or language that is the Foundation for it to be meaningful, information on rights and obligations relating to the assigned status. (2) the Person granted temporary protection have the right to: 1) to receive emergency medical help on the State budget; 2) reunited with family members in the Cabinet. A family member, who arrives in the Republic of Latvia, to atkalapvienoto with the person's temporary protection, temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia. (3) the underage person is granted temporary protection are provided access to education in the national language of the State or local education authority.
Article 63. Temporary protection got personal residence in the Republic of Latvia (1), the Person granted temporary protection, issued termiņuzturēšan permits the immigration law. (2) the administration of the Chief authorising officer shall take a decision on the grant of temporary protection for one year. Temporary protection may be extended by six months, but not longer than one year.
64. article. Temporary protection of acquired rights of a person to submit the application

(1) the Person granted temporary protection have the right to submit the submission. (2) a Person who is granted temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia, during the examination of application should not be considered asylum seekers. If the period prescribed for temporary protection ends, before a final decision is taken, the person during the examination of the application, be considered as asylum-seekers. (3) the Person granted temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia and in respect of which a final decision on refusal to grant the status of refugee or alternative, have the right to reside in the Republic of Latvia to the temporary protection of a specific deadline.
Article 65. Temporary protection of the person to be served in person got the certificate to (1) the Person granted temporary protection, issued ID cards. (2) the Person receiving the card, all at its disposal foreign person supporting and provided travel documents shall be deposited in the administration until it would end the temporary protection and leave the Republic of Latvia.
66. article. Temporary protection got people moving to another Member State (1) To the person granted temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia, move to another Member State, it shall issue a transfer document. It samples and procedure, as well as for the exchange between Member States the amount of information required is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers. (2) moving the party to the territory of another Member State, take into account the person's consent for such a move. (3) If a person granted temporary protection, move to another Member State, the temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia. (4) the Republic of Latvia a person granted temporary protection in the Republic of Latvia, taken back, if its temporary protection within the time limit set for trying without permission to get or stay in another Member State.
Article 67. Temporary protection shall have a person's voluntary return to the country of origin (1), the Person granted temporary protection have the right to temporary protection within the time limit set for their voluntary return to their country of origin. (2) a Person who voluntarily returned to their country of origin, you can submit a request for the return of the Administration in the Republic of Latvia, if not the end of the period prescribed for temporary protection. (3) the decision on the person's voluntary return to the country of origin in accordance with the first paragraph of this article or by the person's application for the return of the Republic of Latvia in accordance with the second paragraph of this article, the management of the Chief authorising officer, in accordance with the provisions of the Act take into account the circumstances in the country of origin of the person.
68. article. Temporary protection shall have a personal obligation to leave the Republic of Latvia (1), the Person to whom the temporary protection expired, is obliged, within two months from the date of the expiry of the temporary protection of the Republic of Latvia, if it has no other legal basis to stay in the Republic of Latvia. ID card and residence permit is cancelled, the person leaves the country. (2) If the person to whom the temporary protection expired, has not left the Republic of Latvia in the first paragraph of this article, the time limit expires, the Government Commissioner within 10 days of the date when this fact became known, a decision on forced return of persons. Deciding on the forced return of persons, take into account humanitarian reasons due to which the person's extradition is not possible. In such cases, the person is not expelled as long as there is above reason. (3) the decision on a forced return of persons within 10 working days from the date of its entry into force may appeal to the Court. The court filing does not suspend the decision on forced expulsion operation. (4) the decision on the person's performance of forced return of immigration law.
Chapter XII other provisions article 69. The Saeima and the Cabinet's competence in asylum matters, matters concerning the reception of asylum seekers in the Republic of Latvia of the other Member States or third countries in response to the extraordinary influx of asylum seekers at the external borders of the European Union, the resulting transfer of asylum seekers or the pārmitināšan mechanism, as well as the development of such mechanisms within the Cabinet of Ministers adopts decisions and expresses the position of the Republic of Latvia (European institutions), based on the decision of the Parliament.
Transitional provisions 1. With the entry into force of this law shall lapse at the asylum Act (parliamentary and Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 2009, no. 15; Latvian journal, 13, 218. no). 2. Up to this statutory Cabinet regulations effective date, but not more than six months from the entry into force of this law the following day Cabinet of Ministers regulations, in so far as they are not inconsistent with this law: 1) Cabinet 22 December 2009 Regulation No 1580 the "provisions on the procedures of the national budgets to bear the expenses of local authorities, the housing of the child care institution of minors unaccompanied and the amount of expenditure "; 2) Cabinet 2010 January 12, Regulation No. 24 "rules on nutrition, hygiene and essential goods, the amount of the purchase of the asylum seeker and the cost of order"; 3) Cabinet of Ministers of 26 January 2010 Regulation No. 73 of "regulations on the State border guard of the accommodation of asylum seekers housed in the premises of the residence of the asylum seeker, as well as hygiene and essential goods"; 4) Cabinet of Ministers of 26 January 2010 Regulation No. 74 of "procedure in the Republic of Latvia the status of refugee, alternative takes or temporary protection got family reunification of the person"; 5) Cabinet of Ministers of 2 February 2010. Regulation No 95 of "rules on the movement of the person document model for which a temporary protection order of issue of the movement document and exchange between Member States the necessary amount of information"; 6) the Cabinet of Ministers on 23 February 2010, Regulation No 173 of "asylum seeker accommodation Center internal rules"; 7) the Cabinet of Ministers on 23 February 2010, Regulation No 174 of the "procedure for minor asylum seeker provides educational opportunities"; 8) the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 March 2010 No. 194 of rules "rules for the asylum seeker's identity document and its procedure"; 9) Cabinet of 9 March 2010. Regulation No 222 of "asylum seeker accommodation space of the internal rules"; 10) Cabinet of 23 March 2010 the rules No. 276 "national border guard intercepted asylum seeker accommodation and fitting premises requirements"; 11) Cabinet of 22 April 2014 rules no. 210, "rules for the benefit of the refugee and the person assigned the alternative status"; 12) Cabinet 1 July 2014 rules No. 356 "asylum seekers register rules". 3. If the application for refugee status or subsidiary filed to this law into force, discussions, original and personal interviews with the asylum-seekers by the State border guard officer.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the law includes provisions resulting from: 1) of the Council of 20 July 2001, of Directive 2001/55/EC on minimum standards in the event of a mass influx of displaced persons for giving temporary protection and on measures promoting a balance of efforts between Member States in receiving such persons and bearing the consequences thereof; 2) Council of 22 September 2003 of Directive 2003/86/EC on the right to family reunification; 3) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2011-2011/51/EU directive, amending Council Directive 2003/109/EC to extend its scope to beneficiaries of international protection; 4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 2011 2011//Directive 95 EU standards to third-country nationals or stateless persons qualified as beneficiaries of international protection for refugees or persons entitled to subsidiary protection, single status and about the content of the protection granted; 5) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013 the EU Directive 2013/32/on common procedures for granting international protection status and deprivation; 6) the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2013-2013/33/EU directive laying down standards for applicants for international protection is activated. The Parliament adopted the law of 17 December 2015. The President of the Parliament instead of the President i. Mūrniec Riga 2016 January 5.