Any person has the right to seek asylum and benefit from asylum in other countries art.14 universal declaration of human rights
Republic of Moldova provides protection to the persons who flee from persecution
The asylum procedure is complex, it is important to receive primary legal counselling in order to understand the requirements of asylum procedure and your rights during procedure.
No asylum seeker can be expelled or returned from the border or from the territory of the Republic of Moldova
The asylum seeker has the right to benefit from legal assistance at any phase of the asylum procedure
Can advise me on the reasons that form the basis of asylum application
Explains me the rights and obligations as an asylum seeker
Helps me write statements / applications / complaints
Can assist me during asylum procedure
Can prepare the file for the court
Can represent my interests before court
When did I leave the country of origin?
How did I get in Moldova / transit countries?
Why did I leave the country of origin?
Why I don't want to return to my country
Am i accompanied by any other family members?
What documents do I hold?
str. Vlaicu Pârcălab 8, Chișinău, Republica Moldova
Tel: +373 (22) 240899
Fax: +373 (22) 240899
Hotline: +373 60574848
str. Alecu Russo 1A, of. 94, Chișinău, Republica Moldova
Tel: +373 (22) 310274
Fax: +373 (22) 310274
str. Stefan cel Mare 124, et. 2, Chișinău, Republica Moldova
str. Moscovei 9, Bălți, Republica Moldova
str. Ioan Voda cel Cumplit 79, Cahul, Republica Moldova
At any border crossing point
Any police station where you are
Any legal representative
The interview will take place within a term of up to 21 days
Receives asylum application
Issues temporary documents to the asylum seeker
Accommodate asylum seeker
Examination term of asylum application is up to 6 months
Conducts the interview
Issue decision of granting asylum or rejecting the asylum application
In case you have received rejected asylum application, it is recommended to contact a lawyer as soon as possible, due to the fact that time goes on against you!
You have 30 days to challenge the decision in court