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Lack of residence permit: The company must pay the costs of deporting its employee

Lack of residence permit: The company must pay the costs of deporting its employee

HThe construction contractor must pay the costs of deporting an Albanian citizen who was working on one of the company's construction sites. The Administrative Court gave Koblenz In his ruling, which was published on Monday The district of Bad Kreuznach ruled and dismissed the businessman's claim against the cost claims. It is possible to apply for leave to appeal. (AZ: 1K859/23.KO)

The Albanian, who did not have a work or residence permit, was discovered at the construction site during a customs inspection in March last year, and was detained awaiting deportation and finally deported to Albania. The responsible region issued an invoice to the project owner for the migration costs totaling approximately €5,850. After unsuccessful objection proceedings, he filed a lawsuit against her.

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The Administrative Court rejected the case. The Koblenz judges explained their ruling that the plaintiff was liable for the deportation costs due to the provisions of the Residence Law because the Albanian was not allowed to continue his work. The plaintiff also had to pay the costs of detention pending deportation, because the pretrial detention order was lawful. The Albanian entered Germany illegally and was therefore legally obligated to leave the country.

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