In Luxembourg, the ministry just changed how they practice with inadmissible cases – for people who already got a status (In Greece or in Italy mainly).
Until now, they were considered as asylum seeker until they receive an administrative decision. It means they had access to housing and to healthcare.
Now they are not allowed to stay in the camp anymore. In the case we have now, the family (one mother with two children under 8) have not received receipt of asylum application and received an inadmissibility decision.
With a very optimistic approach, we can use Jawo/Ibrahim judgment to deduce a right to reception measures.
What experience do you have about this point? How is the practice and the legal basis in the other Member States?
We would be grateful for any feedback