6.2.4. Danger to the community or the security of the Member State

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This country guidance is currently under review. In view of the recent significant changes, notably the Taliban takeover, assessments within this document may no longer be valid. When examining the international protection needs of applicants from Afghanistan, please consider the most up-to-date country of origin information available.

COMMON ANALYSIS
Last updated: December 2020

In the examination of the application for international protection, the exclusion ground ‘danger to the community or the security of the Member State’ under Article 17(1)(d) QD is only applicable to persons otherwise eligible for subsidiary protection. 

Unlike the other exclusion grounds, the application of this provision is based on a forward-looking assessment of risk. Nevertheless, the examination takes into account the past and/or current activities of the applicant, such as association with certain groups considered to represent a danger to the security of the Member State or criminal activities of the applicant. 

The application of this provision, in particular, would often require the involvement of other authorities, which may have access to relevant information. 

 


 

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