My children should have better future

When and why did you leave your country?

I left my country in mid-January 2017, I started my journey with Sudan because it was the only country that allows entry to Yemenis without a visa.

Where did you start your journey?

I have passed through several countries until I reached to  Germany :  Sudan, Iran, Turkey, Greece, Holland, Belgium, and until I arrived to Germany, and I do not know if it was my last Station or not.

Which countries did you travel through?

Sudan, Iran, Turkey, Greece, Holland, Belgium, and Germany

Why did you choose this country rather than another country?

I did not choose Germany as a country of asylum, but I had to because I knew the level of services which Germany provides to asylum seekers, and my goal was not asylum, but to find a job without applying for asylum, but German laws forbid that.

What was your principal difficulty once you arrived in the host country?

The difficulty that I faced were not being able to speak German and the lack of information in my language that would help me to know the procedures of legal issues of asylum or work market

Do you have a job?

I do not have a job because I do not have the right to work yet.

Do you have local friends

I have some friends.

What do you like most in the host country?

The thing that I love most in Germany is its beautiful nature, environmental protection system and appliances of laws

What do you do in your spare time?

I spend my free time visiting Berlin’s gardens and lakes, making sports, reading in public libraries and listening to classical music.

What do you want to do in host city?


What do you think will help newcomers?

Providing translation services, legal advice, and educating of labor market laws.

What do you miss about your country?

I miss my family and the sun.

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