23 April 2008
Reference for a preliminary ruling from the Kammarrätten i Stockholm (Sweden) lodged on 21 January 2008 - Migrationsverket v Edgar Petrosian, Nelli Petrosian, Svetlana Petrosian, David Petrosian, Maxime Petrosian
Language of the case: Swedish
Kammarrätten i Stockholm
Parties to the main proceedings
Defendants: Edgar Petrosian, Nelli Petrosian, Svetlana Petrosian, David Petrosian, Maxime Petrosian
Are Article 20(1)(d) and Article 20(2) of Council Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 (the Dublin Regulation) 1 to be interpreted as meaning that responsibility for the examination of an application for asylum passes to the Member State where the application was lodged if the transfer is not carried out within six months after a temporary decision has been made to suspend the transfer and irrespective of when the final decision is made on whether the transfer is to be carried out?
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